Cleveland Indians: Projecting the 2012 Opening Day Roster, November Edition

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Cleveland Indians: Projecting the 2012 Opening Day Roster, November Edition
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Who will make the Tribe's Opening Day roster?

Projecting the Cleveland Indians' 2012 Opening Day roster has become easier with the Derek Lowe trade, the picking up of Fausto Carmona's option and the declining of Grady Sizemore's, but there's still plenty of guesswork to be done. 

The Tribe still could use an upgrade at first base and in the outfield for sure and could potentially not be done tweaking their starting rotation. Plus, given the volatile nature of bullpens, it isn't a stretch to think the Indians could look at upgrading there as well.

With the picture a little less hazy than it was in October, let's take another stab at what lineup the Indians will be running out on April 5, 2012 on Opening Day.

I'm treating this set of predictions as more of a best-case scenario, but all the moves are still within the realm of possibility (so not signing Albert Pujols). Some of these probably won't happen, but you never know.

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