I agree he could bounce back, just don't know that it should be at SS. A resurgent Didi at the plate is probably a higher WAR player than any version of Galvis or Torreyes, but I still think SS is where they probably need to go FA-wise...unless they seriously think Stott is going to be there.
I still think Did might be tradeable which is probably the easiest answer, but if not he could be a back-up/DH, or you could move Segura as a sell-high and try him at 2B. That's something you fix with Stott or at the deadline if he's cooked, or you could still trade him to make room for Stott if not.
Interesting to note Matt and others in that Good Phight piece basically predicting Stott will be this year's Kingery - he either gets an injury call-up or becomes the super-utility guy sooner than later.
It will be interesting to see just how much the Phillies value Galvis (for his alleged intangibles) and just how attached Joe is to Torreyes. Sure as heck can't have both, and no real reason to tender Torreyes either.
We may not have prospect depth or prospect greatness, but there is still a fair amount of surplus and redundance. One each of Moniak/Haseley (especially if Vierling is a LF platoon candidate), Maton/Williams (if Stott is really headed for the majors this season) and Marchan/O'Hoppe could go into deals as pieces, if not centerpieces.