The Red Sox only weak spot, offensively, heading into 2012 could be right field. There are numerous guys who are not stars, but solid players, on the market- and of them, Michael Cuddyer is my favorite. The Phillies have been linked to him, but I think the Sox should make a move. Cuddyer had a solid year in 2011, with a line of .284/.346/.459 in his 11th year in the majors with the MInnesota Twins. He also contributed with 20 homers and 70 RBIs. Of course, his best year came in 2009, when he batted .276/.342/.520 along with 32 home runs and 94 RBIs. He would be the Red Sox right fielder, but due to his versatility, he could also play the other outfield positions as well as first base, third base, and second base. He could probably be signed for 3 yrs/$25 million with incentives. I think he would be the best option available for a low price; although Josh Willingham would also make a good move. Please tell me what you would think about this move.