If you're partial to a 7-3 hitter/pitcher split, then: Phillips Lawrie Zimmermann
If 8-2 is what you'd prefer then Phillips Lawrie Freeman
Freeman is right around the top-10 1Bs, maybe just outside, but I like him and think he has room to grow, especially since his injured finger and vision problems seem to be behind him coming into spring training. I think Lawrie and Phillips will be solid at their position, Phillips more than Lawrie, but Lawrie might be a risk/reward deal that I buy into. Just not into Altuve as much as others (terrible team in a tougher league, etc.) and I like Zimmermann a little more than Gallardo.
I didn't see your league size, so I'm not sure what kind of replacement players might be available at the various positions. I would definitely take that into account as well.
Not a lot of specificity from me here, but just some gut. I'd take Lawrie, cuz i know ur pissed he let u down last year and can't give up on him...then i'd take ur pick from altuve/phillips, and Zimmerman. Lock down those ratios w/ him and BumG.
Love the 7 no brainers you have there, 2 of them being #1 starters on alot of teams, so essentially you have 2 #1 starters.That bieing said I would go with all bats with the last 3 as I am sure that there will be more pitchers available come draft day...so I say freeman lawrie phillips or altuve....if you think you have enough power protected already, I would try to lock up 30 steals and a .300 avg 2nd bagger in altuve...Or try to package phillips and madbum for a strasburg maybe...Good luck too you....
Thanks for the keeper help earlier. I wouldn't give up on lawrie yet. Last year was a huge let down but he has the skills to be a stud at 3B for years to come. I do like phillips and have to agree with the other response in trying to trade him. I love Altuve. He has potential to swipe twice as many bags as phillips and can hit for .300. He hit 7 homers last year and he is only 22 (if this is a keeper league you expect to last a few years, phillips is 31.) He still has the room to grow in the power department and if he hits just a few more he is past phillips territory. And as a Nats fan, Zimmerman is my 3rd choice