The quick strategy is that your best 3 hitters should bat 1, 2 and 4. Next best bats 5th, then 3rd (flipped if the guy going into the 5 hole is a homer-or-nothing guy), then 6-9 as logic dictates (preferring a speed guy at 6).
The Indians top 3 are Choo, Victor and Hafner, but let's assume Grady should be there. Next up is Garko, then Drubs, with the riff-raff filling out the bottom of the lineup. I'll give Jhonny the benefit of the doubt and put him atop that list, since we know he's capable.
Here's how I see our best (with Victor behind the plate, Hafner playing, no roster moves) lineup:
1 - Choo (high obp)
2 - Hafner (high obp, could/should be Sizemore)
3 - Garko (cringe - 5th best hitter)
4 - Victor (best hitter with power, could be Hafner)
5 - Sizemore (would be Victor, if Sizemore was 2nd)
6 - Drubs
7 - Jhonny
8 - Francisco
9 - Carbuena
When Shoppach plays and bumps Francisco, I'd leave him 8th. If he bumps Garko, I guess Jhonny would be 3rd? And Francisco/Shoppach 7th or 8th is a wash.
What does everybody think? Personal catchers aside, who should trot out behind Lee tonight?