3. Outfielder Aaron Judge
The Astros already have a bit of a weakness in center field with Chas McCormick and Jake Meyers. With Michael Brantley on the injured list and being a free agent after the season, the outfield in general outside of Kyle Tucker has been relatively weak. Yordan Álvarez can also been a full-time DH. That would pave the way for the Astros to sign Aaron Judge.
Judge will want a monster deal and he deserves but the Astros are one of the teams that can afford him.
He is leading the majors in runs (94), home runs (45), RBI (99), slugging percentage (.681), OPS (1.078), OPS+ (202), total bases (278), and rWAR (6.9). Right now, he should be the AL MVP.
For the Astros, he could play center field every day and help the Astros absolutely destroy the Yankees in the postseason each year. Judge wants to stay with the Yankees but if Brian Cashman and the Yankees decide they want to nickel and dime Judge and cry poor (as they have with other players in recent years), Judge could leave.
The Astros are already as good, if not better, than the Yankees without Judge. With Judge, the Astros could run roughshod on the American League and baseball in 2023 and for years to come.