The case for Schoop in that item is that he was terrible before May 7 and has been hot since then (over 253 PAs) but Bohm has been no less hot, albeit for only 120 plate appearances (June and July). And the same goes for Rhys who had a .582 OPS in June, but it is .931 in the last 28 days. I think you need a better player than Schoop to displace either from the line-up, and probably need a SS or a true 3B to really improve the defense.
Didi still strikes me as the guy to dislodge but he's a managerial favorite with another year on his contract and the upgrades would either be expensive or don't look like upgrades (Simmons can't hit either, Story's OPS+ is below 100).
If you're gonna make the play it has to be Kris Bryant. Can play 3B, CF and 1B. Which would really make us too right-handed, especially with Didi not hitting. But that would certainly take care of the bench make-up, and the only person who actually loses their job is Herrera and/or Williams some of the time.
Given it is still unlikely they will exceed the CBT or squander a lot of assets, I think I stick with the starting 8 and get two pitchers (one of each) off a better shelf than in past years. The wait one year rule no longer exists, right? Wonder who this year's Carson Ragsdale will be.