I think Hoskins will get you something - I’d be targeting a retooling, rather than burning it down.
Something like this - pay salary to increase prospect quality:
Hoskins to The Brewers - Vogelbach performing at normal poor level instead of last years level, and is a LHB anyway and injured. I agree Hoskins is not returning a ton, but he’s 28, not likely to be a star, but is an average MLB 1B at the plate. Maybe he nets us a couple of prospects in the 15 -30 range out of their Top 30. Bohm moves to 1B for now to see if he can relax and hit when his defense isn’t hurting the team.
McCutcheon to the Indians - in need of an OF. This is an easy on - should return something so, similar to Hoskins (by way of example, when he was traded to the Yankees a few years ago, he got the Pirates 2 prospects in the 20s from the Yankees list, but it was at the end of August instead of July, so would imagine a similar return even though it is three years later). Plenty of guys to give a shot for the rest of the year in LF - Miller, Moniak, Vierling
Jean Segura to the White Sox - Nick Madrigal is out for the year. Need a 2nd baseman, Segura would be a utility guy next year which makes sense especially if the Phil’s send $6-10m with him to offset his remaining $21m in salary.
Andrew Knapp to the Cubs - 3 backups to the 60 day DL already, using a 27 year old career backup. Knapp switch hits and is passable as a backup, much better option for the Cubs if Contreras goes down. Give me a hard throwing reliever project and Knapp is yours, bring up Marchan as the backup.
Deal Archie Bradley, Kintzler and Neris to the highest bidder. Resign Vinny for two years at 5th starter money or, if he won’t, deal him off as well.
That leaves next year needing a 3B, LF, 2B unless Maton can cut it playing every day and a handful of relievers (as with most teams), with about $50-55m to do it with, assuming they match this years payroll level in 2022.