Here is a link to the non-tendered players:
The three guys I'd like to see as possible targets are:
Willy Taveras -The Pirates have gone a long time without a speedy leadoff guy. I don't count Duffy in this since he never really established himself in MLB. Plopping Taveras in CF with McLouth in LF and Moss in RF makes a decent offensive outfield. Defense could be poor though. This would also buy a little more time for McCutchen in Indy.
Aaron Miles - IF the Pirates are actually looking at moving Sanchez, this is a good target for them. The other option is getting Miles and sending Freddy back to 3B.
Tkashi Saito - If his new age medicine works, this is a guy who would solidify the late innings in Pittsburgh. Saito in the 8th, Capps in the 9th. That should take some strain off the starters from having to go 7 to feel safe with a lead.
With a first 3 in the Lineup of Taveras, Miles and McLouth the team is in good shape for small ball and good speed at the top of the order. Sanchez could also bat second if he played 3B.
If McCutchen can take away an outfield spot, Taveras could slide to left and McLouth moves to right. While the team would lack power, it could be a very aggressive lineup on the base paths. I am thinking along the line of St. Louis in the Coleman days.
If Huntington was sincere in saying McCutchen will be on the roster at some point in the season, a possible lineup of the following could produce some RBI chances and a few interesting games.
Just a drunken thought, that's all.