These additions are to a young team with an underrated bullpen (Chris Perez got 39 Saves in 2012). The only question mark here is the starting rotation. Their number one will probably be Ublado Jimenez, who is 2 years removed from that great season in Colorado (in which he threw a no-hitter). I think Kyle Lohse would fit here nicely, but after what they've spent, they have to be sure that they will contend.
After a 68-94 season, I predict that the Indians will finish 85-77 and contend for a wild card spot. But, if the Indians could provide some decent rotation stability, I predict them to finish 91-71 and win the second wild card. This team has youth and talent mixed in, which is a great combination. The only problems that scream out at me are the rotation. Well done, Clevland Indians.