By JAKE SEINER
AP Baseball Writer
Carlos Correa, Freddie Freeman and Kris Bryant are among 138 free agents set to resume looking for a spot after a freeze on roster transactions lifts with the signing of baseball’s new labor deal. Teams combined to commit $1.4 billion to free agents in the hours before the lockout began Dec. 2. Expect another rapid-fire game of musical chairs now that it’s over. Among the key players might be the deep-pocketed New York Yankees, who could use a shortstop of Correa’s caliber. Freeman has only ever played for the Atlanta Braves, but he and the reigning World Series champs haven’t committed to continuing that relationship.