Indians finalize 25-man roster

Cleveland revealed it’s likely Opening Day roster on Sunday. GM Chris Antonetti made sure to use the word “likely” to account for potential injuries or trades that could come up in the days and hours leading up to Wednesday’s 5 p.m. ET deadline for setting the roster.

Indians rotation

1. RHP Justin Masterson
2. RHP Ubaldo Jimenez
3. RHP Derek Lowe
4. RHP Josh Tomlin
5. RHP Jeanmar Gomez

Indians bullpen

CL Chris Perez
RHP Vinnie Pestano
LHP Tony Sipp
RHP Joe Smith
LHP Rafael Perez
RHP Dan Wheeler
RHP Jairo Asencio

Indians projected lineup

1. Michael Brantley, CF
2. Asdrubal Cabrera, SS
3. Shin-Soo Choo, RF
4. Carlos Santana, C
5. Travis Hafner, DH
6. Casey Kotchman, 1B
7. Jason Kipnis, 2B
8. Shelley Duncan, LF
9. Jack Hannahan, 3B

Indians bench

INF Jose Lopez
INF/OF Jason Donald
OF Aaron Cunningham
C Lou Marson

On Sunday, right-hander Jeremy Accardo and outfielder Ryan Spilborghs were re-assigned to Minor League camp.

Check Indians.com later today for more.

–JB

7 Comments

After listening to the April 1st game when is Indians Management going to admit that we gave away two of the top prospects for a guy who can’t get it done. Ubaldo this late into Spring Training is still not able to locate pitches, can’t get a head in counts and gives up homeruns like they are free samples at the grocery store. Are we serious that we can’t trade him now for something even cash?

no more bullpen mafia

The best news – his plunking of Tulo might get him fined for a few games which helps the Tibe in my opinon.

It is difficult to get money for any bunsseis with good credit. Your only options are to save up, use you credit carts or ask family and friends. Perhaps you can sell items you don’t need to raise cash.

Any word on status of Hafner? Is going to be everyday dh? Is he hitting the ball with some authority?

Try the SBA (small business aiiscoatson). Its ok that you have bad credit and no bank account because these loans or grants that are available are based on a written business plan that they help you put together. Good Luck !!!

I saw him pitch for St. Louis and he has a great curve ball. For some unknown roesan, St. Louis forced him to throw a high percentage of fast balls. Believe me, he has a great curve ball and he can throw it for strikes. I think the Cubs got a pitcher with a tremendous upside for very little money and risk.

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