By Eric Wilbur/Boston.com Staff
So, we’ve seen how assembling an “uber team,” as Theo Epstein liked to refer to the process of signing high-priced free agents at every corner of the diamond, goes. As the last-place Red Sox enter the offseason, it’s up to Ben Cherington to retool a team that ended 2012 in disarray, which likely means building with underappreciated, cost-effective players. Still, we can dream, right? If we were general manager, here’s how we’d like to see our dream offseason take place, money – or Larry Lucchino’s permission – aside.