Put yourself in Ben Cherington's shoes.  You're the general manager of the Boston Red Sox who have one of the highest payrolls in all of Major League Baseball, but you currently sit in last place in the AL East.  What would you do right now to try and inject some life into the club which seems to consistently take one step forward, and then two steps back?

Would you go out and trade for an arm to sure up the rotation?  Maybe acquire a bat to stick in a lineup which can't seem to all get on the same page?  Or maybe you decide to stand pat and hope the talent you've developed in the minor leagues pans out sooner rather than later?  What would you do if you were in Cherington's (warm and most likely getting hot) seat?