Ever think about the centerfielders in the Reds big years?
The BMR had Geronimo. An eighth place hitter, but could really go get the ball in center. Great arm (not that accurate as I recall) but undoubtedly a high caliber defensive CFer.
Then in 1990 there was Eric Davis. As a young player, he was miraculous in center, jumping over fences, just all over the field. He later slowed down as the injuries took their toll, but definitely a plus centerfielder.
In 1999, the Reds had Mike Cameron. Again, a fine defensive player who covered a lot of ground. Prone to occasional mistakes out there, but was and is a "real" centerfielder.
As far as I am concerned, the Reds don't have that kind of centerfielder on the major league team. Perhaps this is a major issue for the team. I tend to think it is, but I wonder about other views.