I generally don't keep RP but Broxton is a better bet than Kazmir and you can easily get Kazmir back if you want him later in the draft. As for the hitters I would try and wait to see what happens with Holliday. He really showed what he is capable of in St. Louis and I think a better bet than Votto especially since you already have Pujols. I would be also worried about Reyes and so much of his value is in SB but I think you have to take that risk as he is worth gambling on. So I would go
Reyes, Broxton and Holliday.
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I agree but it's dependant on where Holliday signs. But I don't think he'll make the same mistake twice and he'll probably stay in St.Loius or chase the money to either NY team so I think you'll be ok. Just to complicate things though, I like Votto to have a breakout, on the verge of top 5 1B year next year.
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Yeah, I'd go with this. I don't see Holliday going to a shock destination like Oakland again while Broxton is a better keeper over Kazmir, who can't seem to throw with the same velocity or with the same confidence in his slider as he did a few years back.