To Indians manager Terry Francona, a spring training roster is divided into three groups. The Indians' 64-man roster is no different.

Group 1 consists of players who have job security and are in camp to prepare for the 162-game regular season. Justin Masterson, Ubaldo Jimenez, Carlos Santana, Asdrubal Cabrera, Mark Reynolds, Nick Swisher, Michael Brantley and Jason Kipnis are among them.

Group 2 is made up of prospects from the farm system who are in camp to learn all they can about the big leagues before they are sent to the minors to start their seasons. It includes Danny Salazar, Trey Haley, T.J. House, Juan Diaz, Tim Fedroff, Giovanni Soto, Roberto Perez and Jesus Aguilar.

Group 3 contains players who must treat spring training as the regular season. They have come to camp for one reason -- to make the big-league club. Scott Kazmir, Matt Capps, Rich Hill, Matt LaPorta, Ben Francisco and Ryan Raburn are some of them.

In the past two days, two more names have been added to Group 3 -- Jason Giambi and right-hander Daisuke Matsuzaka. Giambi came to terms on a minor-league deal Saturday night. Matsuzaka, pending a physical, agreed to a minor-league deal Sunday morning. Giambi, 42, will earn a base salary of $750,000 if he makes the club. Matsuzaka will make $1.5 million, with incentives that could boost the deal to $4 million if he makes the final 25-man roster.

"Giambi will come in and compete to make the team," said General Manager Chris Antonetti. "He's an experienced, left-handed bat with power. He's universally respected throughout the game, not only for his accomplishments on the field, but for the teammate he is and the leader he's evolved into."

If Giambi makes the club, it will be as a part-time DH and pinch hitter.