Robinson Cano, Yoenis Cespedes, Mike Trout, Troy Tulowitzki, Justin Upton, Matt Cain, Brett Lawrie.
The one debate I can see is wanting to keep a 2nd pitcher instead of Lawrie. I went with Lawrie as it seems there will be plenty of pitchers in your draft (You alone will be putting back Medlen, Darvish and Scherzer).
If you want to keep a second pitcher, I would keep Medlen over the other two. But I can see arguments either way.
This is the route I'd go, it was tough between Lawrie and Darvish/Cain. I like the upside Darvish has to offer, especially with the k's over Cain. Lawrie just feels like the best you would find at 3B considering everyone is keeping 7. You'll be able to get another solid pitcher in the draft. As pointed out, you'd be dropping Cain, Scherzer, and Medlen alone. With the depth I expect to be available there, Lawrie becomes the clear choice.
Yeah getting a low end ace is not that bad really to pair with your keeper pitcher. Risky set but I'd go this way: Eric Hosmer 1b/CI Robinson Cano 2b Brett Lawrie 3b J-Up, Yoenis Cespedes, Mike Trout OF Cain SP
Watch this. Focus on SP in draft.
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