DENVER (CBS4) – Nolan Arenado will be roaming third base at Coors Field for years to come. The Rockies and their third baseman have reportedly agreed to an eight-year contract extension worth more than $255 million.

Nolan Arenado of the Rockies poses during MLB Photo Day on Feb. 20 at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick in Scottsdale, Ariz. (credit: Justin Tafoya/Getty Images)

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The deal will keep Nolan in a Rockies uniform through the 2026 season, and according to ESPN’s Jeff Passan, includes an opt-out after three seasons and a full no-trade clause.

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For his career Arenado has a .291 batting average, 975 hits and 186 home runs.

Arenado is a four-time All-Star and a six-time gold glove winner. He has won four consecutive Silver Slugger awards.

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A press conference and official announcement on the new deal are expected sometime later this week.