(If we credited full career stats for those above who also played before 1961, Clemente would move up to #2 with 204 runs. Willie Davis would improve only slightly, to 104 runs.)
All but two of these players won at least one Gold Glove Award, and all but three were multiple winners. The two who never won a Gold Glove were:
-- Sammy Sosa, who had outstanding defensive stats in his 20s. For the 5 years 1993-97, Sosa led all MLB outfielders in dWAR, and by a hefty margin, 99 runs for Sosa, 80 for #2 man Griffey; and
-- Brian Jordan, one of the most under-recognized fielding wizards of our time. For the 7 years 1995-2001, Jordan ranked just below Andruw Jones in defensive value, and miles above all other OFs:
BTW, Jones and Jordan also ranked #1-2 in overall fielding runs in this period, regardless of position.
Since 1954, Jones and Jordan are the only OFs with at least 138 fielding runs in a 7-year span. Jones has the highest 7-year total with 189 runs from 1997-2003.
If there were such a thing as dWAR Awards, Jordan would have won 5 of them in that period, ranking among the NL's top 3 OFs in dWAR in 1995-96, '98, and 2000-01. In that 7-year period, Jordan never tallied less than 12 fielding runs (or 1.2 dWAR), despite missing most of the '97 season. In 5 of those 7 years, he ranked in the NL's top 3 for dWAR at any position.
Finally, here are the 34 players since 1961 with at least 110 fielding runs. All but 4 won a Gold Glove, and all but 5 were multiple winners. Jordan has the most fielding runs of any non-GG winner:
*Runs are from 1961 onward; Gold Gloves are career total.
So how did Jordan miss out on the hardware? I won't dwell on the matter, since Gold Glove voting has always been rather capricious. It's true that Jordan never had the kind of eye-popping defensive counting stats that often draw Gold Glove notice; he never had an errorless season (though he had just 20 errors combined in that 7-year span), and his high in assists was 11. But his range factors were always outstanding; he led NL right fielders in RF/9 three times from 1995-2001.