Not a serious problem to keep Hoskins next season, but that likely results in losing him for nothing, unless Castellanos has a great 2023 and becomes tradeable. If I had to choose between Turner and Hoskins, it has to be Turner. I hope Harper is enough of a realist and as into another championship run to think the same.
To me, the best outcome is the Phillies trading Hoskins this off-season for a younger pitcher who can help us and signing Harper.
Building a team that is going to the WS earns DD a ton of kudos, but dumping $100 mill on Castellanos was a bust, at least in 2022, as he put up a minus (-0.1) bWAR this season and is the real reason we are talking about Hoskins possibly not having an intermediate/long-term future on the Phillies. It was an addition which led to an unbalanced team. Far better if DD had spent those $ on pitching. Likely that would have meant a small pitching addition when Castellanos was signed, adding one of the SP available short term at the deadline, and spending the big $ this offseason to get a longer term SP.
I'm still stunned, both about how much impact the change in managers had and about this Phillies team being in the WS (and also about how likely this then seemed going into the NLCS).