The adjustment is necessary after the recent devastation from Hurricane Harvey, which has led to flooding throughout the Houston area.
"We are extremely grateful to the Tampa Bay Rays organization for allowing us to use their facility," team president of business operations Reid Ryan said, per the team's Twitter account.
"We’ll make a decision on this weekend's series versus the Mets in the upcoming days as we continue to monitor the conditions," he added. "In the meantime, our thoughts and prayers are with all of those affected by the hurricane."
According to Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times, tickets for the games will be $10 for open seating, while fans will have the opportunity to donate $5 toward a relief fund.
The Astros will also raise money for those affected by the natural disaster:
Houston Astros @astros
We will be raising dollars for the victims of Hurricane Harvey from our Share2Care raffle each game: https://t.co/Zv4NS56XID2017-8-28 19:57:32
The NFL's Houston Texans have already moved their practices to Dallas this week and could relocate their upcoming preseason game there as well.