Pitching is certainly the way to go here. With 3 points per inning, and benefits to high strikeout counts and low WHIPs, you should be able to land at least 3 good starters if everyone else follows the hitters. The elite closers will be big too, but the days where they blow a save and lose is going to hurt (unless those can't be combined, but even then it's not good).
After that, your hitters simply need to be guys who get on base often, and preferrably have power as well. I would think Barry Bonds would be good in a league like this, being that he must get on base half the time he comes to bat with all of those walks.