How many bad FA signings (League, Uribe, etc) must we have before the new owners fire our "brilliant" GM? His history of bad deals goes back years and the old excuses (McCourt's budget, bad morale, etc) are no longer valid. However, bad decisions continue to be made. He must be given credit for hanging on to some young talent. The Red Sox deal seems to be a good one, but when it come to FA, overpaying for over-the-hill talent is the norm, not the exception. Clearly, Ned is at fault, no one else.