Here are the results, first by individual player. If you'd like to download the spreadsheet this data came from, you can do so here.
Here's everything summed up:
And for reference, here's how the starters last year did:
So you think that not only will this year's starters be more productive than last year's starters (+.050 in OPS), but they'll also be healthier (+768 in PA). If you compare the positions from this year to last, you are projecting that seven of the nine positions would see improvement in OPS, and just two - CF (-.031) and RF (-.098) - will see declines. The biggest improvements would be 3B (+.113) LF (+.116) and 1B (+.229).
In conclusion, if the real-life Indians come close to what we're projecting, it's going to be a fun offense to watch.