I'm willing to give a clean slate to all our AAA prospects (well, maybe not Randolph, who still has a ridiculous K rate), and see what the coaching changes can do.
We don't need "breakout" seasons, if Hoskins returns, with Segura, Harper, JT, you have a core of a lineup, you just need to avoid black holes.
Cutch, Herrera and Miller started for us last year, they should have been no more than role players (Cutch in a platoon with a late inning defensive replacement, Herrera and Miller off the bench). Didi and Bohm were replacement level at best, when Torreyes is an improvement, you have serious issues.
The fielding was atrocious, lead by Cutch, Miller, Bohm, Hoskins, Harper, Knapp and Didi. You can carry one or two negative defenders if they hit, not six.
Vierling, Maton are upgrades just based on better defense and adequate hitting. Moniak, Marchan, Stott and maybe Muzzioti at some point, maybe Haseley could be improvements for the same reason. It's not a high threshold.
I think Dombro will be looking for affordable patches this offseason, the priority should be to land a closer, and resign Neris as a setup man, then Brodgon, Coonrod, SD, Hammer, Falter, Sanchez, Alvarado? can fill out the pen. One SP for depth.
Think he'll go shopping after the first wave of signings when prices drop precipitously and bargains are available - it's more about buying time for some prospects to mature, say a SS upgrade or CF so you don't have to rush Stott or Muzzioti. Maybe a LH LF to platoon with Vierling. A veteran catcher so Marchan and O'Hoppe don't have to be rushed.
Dombro doesn't have to hit HRs this offseason, a couple doubles will suffice.