The Colorado Rockies and Nolan Arenado are finalizing an 8-year, $260 million extension. The four-time All-Star get’s it done on the field and at the plate.
The 27-year-old has not only won a Gold Glove in all six of his major league seasons, he’s led the National League in home runs in three of those seasons as well.
Nolan Arenado and the Colorado Rockies are finalizing an eight-year contract extension worth $260 million, locking up the star third baseman with a deal that could last through the 2026 season, league sources told ESPN.
Arenado’s deal includes a full no-trade clause, according to sources.
After months of discussions, the agreement came together in recent days after the Rockies guaranteed an eighth season, according to sources. The deal, which will keep Arenado from reaching free agency after the 2019 season, will set a per-year record for position players. It also includes a player opt-out after the 2021 season.
Arenado has earned a large extension. It’s short of the team killing 10-year deal and allows him to opt out after three years. Seems like a win-win deal for both sides.
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