Santiago Espinal's role on the Blue Jays over the last few seasons has been that of a situational player, in which he either filled in against left-handed pitching or as a late-game fielding replacement. As a whole, a solid fielder like Kiner-Falefa really diminishes Espinal's role on this team. According to Fangraphs, Espinal was a negative-value player in every facet of his game, which doesn't bode well for the 29-year-old.
In terms of trade value, Espinal could be part of a package deal to secure a bench bat or lefty reliever that the Blue Jays could find more value in. Espinal's true value as a player clearly isn't going to be realized in Toronto due to a lack of playing time, so it would suit him well to find a starting spot on a less successful team with a more shallow surplus of infielders.
Espinal brought the Jays many memorable moments on the defensive side of the ball and on the basepaths, but his bat left a lot to be desired and that ultimately will likely spell the end of his tenure with the Blue Jays. For Toronto, it might even make more sense to place Espy outright on waivers and hope another team picks him up. His days as a Blue Jay are unfortunately coming to an end.