What is the best offensive lineup the Pirates can make?

The Pirates offense has been among the worst in the MLB. Let's take a look at what the best lineup the Pirates can make with players inside the organization?
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Second Base, Liover Peguero

Liover Peguero was a decent rookie last year with the Pirates but only got significant playing time due to Oneil Cruz getting hurt. The front office wanted Peguero to get consistent starting reps this season, which resulted in being optioned to triple-a.

This season, Peguero has posted a batting average of .291 with two home runs and 26 batted in. He also has an OPS of .752, which includes an on-base percentage of .327 and a slugging percentage of .426. He has not hit for as much power as he did with the Pirates last year but has consistently driven in runs with Indianapolis.

Peguero has significantly cut down on strikeouts this season as his strikeout percentage in triple-a is at 23.7%. Last year with the Pirates, it was at a high of 31.5%. He also did not walk a lot but has increased it by one percent this year.

Peguero has been solid this season and would be an improvement for the Pirates offensively. He would be the starting second baseman over Jared Triolo in this offensive lineup.