Edgar RenteriaAfter winning the World Series for the first time in 86 years, the Red Sox decided that free-swinging spark plug Orlando Cabrera was not the long-term answer at shortstop. Enter Edgar Renteria. The Red Sox signed the NL All-Star shortstop to a four-year, $40 million deal. But Renteria never looked like a good fit in Boston. His first year produced a whopping 30 errors to go along with a .276 batting average with 100 strikeouts. After his first season in Boston, Theo Epstein shipped the shortstop to the Atlanta Braves for prospect Andy Marte. The Red Sox also paid $15 million of the remaining $32 million left on the contract. The end result is that Boston paid $22 million for Renteria's one season in a Red Sox uniform.