It's hard to believe that the MLB season is over in two months. It will be December before we know it, and teams will be looking to reload their roster. However, according to Conner Byrne of MLB Trade Rumors, these eight players -- who are impending Free Agents -- are going to find themselves making less money if they find new teams.

Carlos Gonzalez

The longtime Colorado Rockies outfielder is making $20 million this season, but is having a disappointing year offensively. Car-Go is hitting 63 points lower than his career batting average. Hitting .228 this season, Gonzalez is going to need a jumpstart in the next two months if he wants anything near his previous salary.

Jose Bautista

The slugger for the Toronto Blue Jays is making $18 million after signing a one-year deal. Bautista bet on himself this season, and did not win. Bautista is hitting .216 this season with 16 Home Runs. After hitting 40 home runs two years ago, Bautista is likely on the decline at the age of 36.

Carlos Beltran

Who knows when Beltran is going to retire? Beltran is 40 years old and making $16 million this season for the Houston Astros. Beltran is hitting .244 this season, which is respectable compared to other hitters down in the order. However, he is not worth $16 million.

Matt Holliday

The New York Yankee is making $13 million this season, but is hitting .235 with 95 strikeouts. Holliday is 37 years old, and will turn 38 in January.

Holliday's career might be coming to an end sooner than we think.

Carlos Santana

The Cleveland Indians' first baseman is hitting .244 this season, which is not the worst in most scenarios. The problem is he is making $12 million this season, and is facing a free agency that features stud first baseman in Eric Hosmer, Logan Morrison, Yonder Alonso, and Lucas Duda.

Three of the four players were All-Stars this season.

Matt Wieters

Wieters is making $10.5 million this season and hitting .242. After making the All-Star game last season at the age of 30, his defensive effort has him at a low value. Statistics show that Wieters is going to regress in his position. Out of everyone on this list, Wieters has the best chance to make a similar salary.

Todd Frazier

The Yankees recently traded for Frazier with the White Sox. Making $7.5 million this season, Frazier is well below his season stats from a year ago. Hitting 40 home runs and driving in 98 runs last year, Frazier has slumped to 17 home runs and 48 runs batted in. Not to mention, he has a .206 batting average.

Jonathan Lucroy

The Rockies recently traded for Lucroy at the deadline to give their lineup a stronger punch. Lucroy's numbers are down as he is hitting .242, and he is also rated as baseball's worst pitch framer. Needless to say, Lucroy could be looking at a lower salary next year.