I am watching game 2 of the 1975 World Series. In the second inning, Cesar Geronimo prevented Darryl Evans from going from first to third on a 200-hopper to center by Rick Burleson because he could afford to play so shallow. Within the next two to three pitches, he backed up an errant pickoff attempt by JB when he picked up the throw no more than 15 feet behind second base and stared the runner down. Minutes later, Evans (already held hostage at second base by the centerfielder twice) gets thrown out at third when Hall of Fame catcher Johnny Bench picks him off.
The Reds won that game by a run, with a rally in the ninth inning. There wouldn't have even been a game seven if the Reds had lost game two.
The Chief was a GREAT defensive outfielder. I don't know that he doesn't belong in the Reds Hall of Fame considering his profound contribution to the success of this franchise in the modern era.