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.
What do Brandon Watson and Jerry Gil have in common that no other Reds over the past half century do?
Pinch runners it is. They each appeared in only one game as a Red, and solely as a pinch runner.
I vaguely remember the Brandon Watson appearance. I want to say it was against the Brewers.
"The guy I think could be really good in center is Adam Dunn. If someone asked me if Dunn could be a center fielder for the next 10 years, if he started working on it, no one could explain to me why he couldn’t do it." - Brad Kullman
Sabermetrics can be boiled down to this simple truism: A batter's goal is to extend the inning. Extend enough innings and you're going to score runs. Extend more innings than your opponent and you're going to score more runs than him.
Who is holding the microphone on the 1984 Fleer Johnny Bench?