The Astros are a free team again, but only if the owner can get his way.
They’ve been without a winning season since June, but the ownership has yet to make a serious effort to rebuild the team.
Now the Astros are headed back to the free agency market.
The team’s owners have yet to come to a final decision on the market.
But with a few moves in the works, they can now be free to pursue free agents and rebuild the roster.
The Astros have a $20.5 million salary cap, and that figure could be significantly higher in future seasons.
They also have a payroll that is expected to be $115 million this season.
So, if the Astros decide to go to the market, the salary cap could be lower than what they have right now.
That’s because the salary budget is likely to be significantly lower this season than it was last year, when the Astros had $155.7 million in the bank.
So even if the team has an opportunity to go down to the $115-million level this season, that will not change the ownership’s intentions to be able to use their leverage to free up funds.
The biggest impact of the upcoming free agency period will come when free agents are due to report.
The free agent market will be dominated by players who have been under contract for a long time.
This means there will be players with large contracts who can be used as free agents to lure a big free agent to Houston.
In the past, the Astros have been successful in their attempts to land big free agents.
In 2007, they signed free agent Yoenis Cespedes to a five-year, $95 million contract, but he was released before the season began.
In 2013, they landed David Price, but his contract was not extended for another year.
In 2014, they made a splash signing Justin Upton, but Upton’s contract was later restructured to make him a two-year deal worth $70 million.
The bottom line is that if you can lure a free agent, you can make a ton of money in free agency.
The best way to do that is to find a player who can sign for a big contract and then go after players who are under contract and make them a priority in free agent shopping.
The other way to win free agency this year is to sign a player that is under contract who has shown promise to be a future star, such as Carlos Correa or Prince Fielder.
They can be relied upon to be the next big free-agent signing.
The most recent free agent class was headlined by Carlos Correia, who signed a six-year contract with $200 million.
In his free agency, Correa became one of the highest-paid hitters in baseball and made a ton on the free agent front.
Correas contract was worth $130 million, and it is believed that he is on track to make more than $200-million for the next four seasons.
But the best part about signing Correias free agent is that he will be playing for the Astros in 2017.
If the Astros do not bring back Correi to Houston this season to be part of the team’s rotation, they will have lost one of their most productive hitters and they will need to find another free agent outfielder.
Correa will be 38 by the time the season starts and is one of those players who is a free agents prime target.
If Correa does not come back to Houston next season, the team will have to find someone to take his spot.
The top free agents of 2017 are outfielders Josh Reddick, Adam Jones and Justin Upton.
All three are in their mid-30s and could be big additions to the lineup.
Reddick has a career .302 average with 33 home runs, while Jones has a .293 average with 35 home runs.
Upton was a top-10 free agent in 2015, but is now 32 years old.
He will be 32 by the start of the 2019 season, but it would take a major deal to lure him away from Houston.
If they do not add someone to the outfield, Reddick will have an opportunity in 2019 to prove that he still has a lot of potential.
The one player who will be a free-agency priority for the Houston Astros in the near future is pitcher Jeremy Hellickson.
He has a 2.54 ERA with 16 starts and a 2-3 record over six starts this season for the Braves.
Hellickson has a 5.11 ERA in five starts for Atlanta.
He can be depended upon to have a 3.65 ERA in the next five starts, but that could change in the second half of the season.
The next big player to be added to the Astros free agent list is shortstop Carlos Corregas.
Correga has a 4.19 ERA in his first two starts for the Yankees.
He then has a 3-2 record and two home runs in his next two starts