Justin Verlander is fed up with another dormant free-agent market.

The Houston Astros right-hander didn't pull any punches when he took to Twitter on Monday to voice his displeasure.

100 or so free agents left unsigned. System is broken. They blame “rebuilding” but that’s BS. You’re telling me you couldn’t sign Bryce or Manny for 10 years and go from there? Seems like a good place to start a rebuild to me. 26-36 is a great performance window too.— Justin Verlander (@JustinVerlander) February 11, 2019

This isn't the first time the ace pitcher expressed his concern about the subject. Last month, he blamed "noncompetitive teams" for the slow free-agency period.

Superstars in their prime, including Bryce Harper, Manny Machado, left-hander Dallas Keuchel, and closer Craig Kimbrel, are among the many free agents still unsigned as pitchers and catchers start reporting for spring training over the next few days.

Verlander, meanwhile, is scheduled to become a free agent following the 2019 season.

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