I was somewhat kidding/being pessimistic about Quinn. But he can only produce if he's healthy, consistently. When he isn't, he's either not on the field or he's pretty much a negative-WAR player.
Now all of a sudden we want Kingery to be a supersub? So long as he's hitting like he is he should play every day. Easier to upgrade the bench then find a new starting 3B probably. I think the big question is whether Franco can even be on the team. Inquirer newsletter actually noted this yesterday too. He can't run and he can't play any other position (besides the one already manned by a RHB who never takes a day off). I suppose in the playoffs they might go with a five-man bench (certainly in the early rounds) and you do have a DH to consider.
We don't need two relievers - maybe not even one - if everyone comes back. Of course that's unlikely, so they probably will get a couple, but you might actually have to trade someone like Garcia and Hammer, who could help the team for years to come, if you're really serious about it.
They won't be passive. If teams start selling before the All-Star break we'll be looking.
Depth is hard. Consider Nick Williams, for instance. Clearly the best thing for everyone would be a trade. But what if Bruce or Harper got injured? And if the team is not prepared to take an absolutist stand against Herrera - which no team in MLB (or any sport?) ever has - he may yet be needed.