Adam Jones won his second career Gold Glove award in 2012 (his first came in 2009), thanks in part to a robust highlight reel. But the statheads probably disagreed with his selection. Last season, Jones had an Ultimate Zone Rating of negative-7.7, which ranked 47th among center fielders who played at least 200 innings and 11th among the 14 guys who played more than 1,000, according to FanGraphs. That UZR doesn't deviate far from his three-year average of negative-6.6. There is the potential for error with this statistic, but it's a pretty reliable indicator of a fielder's range and defensive value. Gold Gloves are nice, too, though.