Re: If you were Wayne...
1.) Griffey to RF
2.) Phillips to SS
3.) Aurilia/Hatteberg/Freel/Denorfia rotation for CF,2B,1B per a previously posted schedule that gives each ~75% playing time while taking advantage of platoons and days off.
4.) Sign a solid major league pitcher (career ERA under 4.50, GB/FB > 1, no major injury history) such as Vicente Padilla or Jason Schmidt to a contract of no more than 3 years and an option.
5.) Trade Jason LaRue for whatever you can get for him without paying significant salary
6.) Explore blockbuster trade options involving Dunn for a SP and corner OF --- bite if the price is right (say Baker & Kubel).
There just isn't a whole lot that can be done at this point within the scope of reason. We don't really have excess anywhere other than bullpen arms with little value. We could use a little bit of everything, but mostly just need to move some pieces around. Unlike last year, we don't have major holes to fill. Votto is right around the corner at 1B and Bailey is likely a year away from joining the rotation permanently. It would be foolish to go out and add another #4 type starter to the mix and fritter away whatever payroll gains we may see with minimum impact guys. Optimize the usage of the current roster. Make a few impact moves if possible. Don't overdo it.
Games are won on run differential -- scoring more than your opponent. Runs are runs, scored or prevented they all count the same. Worry about scoring more and allowing fewer, not which positions contribute to which side of the equation or how "consistent" you are at your current level of performance.