I've practically forgotten about Clemens, who also seems like the same guy as Kingery (yeah, he followed a more traditional development path and put up some good numbers, but he cratered in the bigs).
Look, I get it, Scott Kingery put up an absolutely horrifying OPS in 2020, but it was still .788 in 2019. Only .710 in that second half as he began to show those holes, but that's still better than most of the Phillies bench last year (Camargo, Munoz, Vierling, Herrera) to say nothing of Stott and Castellanos... and Bohm and Segura weren't all that much better.
Any of these bench candidates beyond Hall are going to give you that .700 OPS and serviceable defense; Kingery is tantalizing because he might still be able to do better on both ends. Jake Cave is probably who his baseball card says he is, Guthrie is an apparent non-prospect to some (per recent discussion in that thread) who is only one year younger than Kingery and Clemens needs AAA time himself.