Like Earl said, have them do what they are good at - the Robinsons few and far between.
Joc Pederson - 128 good and 10 bad last year, 464 good and 50 bad in 2019.
Too many specialists to get '83 Lowenstein like 364 good and 2 bad, but Mullins has some upside if he can put it in the gap a couple times a week. While we're waiting for Diaz, I think I generally prefer to see Mullins more than Stewart, though Hyde/Elias may care more about that pushing one of Mancini/Mountcastle to DH daily. I think pitchers would appreciate seeing how much Hays/Mullins/Santander can do the Anderson/Devereaux/Finley things as much as possible.
Mullins could just butcher boy/Baltimore chop any LHP he might see once a week. Valaika or Severino can take the PA if leverage warrants.