I would probably lean toward Hosmer, but it depends on what needs you anticipate having as you fill out your roster. Hosmer has more upside than Revere, but based on Hosmer's flop in 2012, you could argue that Revere is a safer bet to produce what you expect him to produce (at least in terms of runs and SBs). An extra year of Revere is also tempting.
In the end I take the upside of Hosmer.
I would NOT take Romo. He is a stud, but Bochy has already shown a tendency to change bullpen rolls during the season, and you can ALWAYS pick up saves off the wire during the season.
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