The Reds infield has disappointed defensively, particularly the left side. But Gonzo is solid (if somewhat less than stellar so far) and EE is improving. I think the infield will be ok eventually.
The outfield, however, is another story. The range factors reflect that Dunn and Griffey just don't cover any ground. Hamilton belongs in a corner, not center. Freel makes spectacular plays but obviously is not an everyday guy, Hopper is a corner outfielder (who often plays out of position in center).
Frankly, the best defensive guy I've seen out there this year is Wise.
Can the Reds ever have a good pitching staff with this outfield defense?
Can the Reds afford to keep Dunn and Griffey both out there indefinitely?
Would the Reds be better off with less offense but with better defensive outfielders?