Adrian Beltre is extending his Aaron Nola Jersey stay in Texas.Beltre and the Rangers have agreed to a two-year pact through the 2018 season worth a reported$36 million. The club announced the agreement Friday night on Twitter.MLB Network’s Jon Heyman reported Beltre, a Scott Boras client,will receive $18 million in both 2017 and 2018.MORE: Latino legends of the major leaguesBeltre, 37, could have become a free agent after this season, but his recent play convinced the Rangers to commit to him beyond 2016. Beltre was batting .310/.370/.571 with two home runsin 46 plate appearances entering Friday’s action. Last year he finished seventh in the American League MVP voting as he compiled a 5.8 WAR according to agreement will have a ripple effect through the organization. Top prospect Steve Carlton Jersey Joey Gallo, also a third baseman,will need to changepositions, likely first base or one of the corner outfield spots. Mitch Moreland is the incumbent atfirst base, but he can become a free agent after the season. Texas has a glut of young outfielders, including Delino DeShields and fellow prospects Nomar Mazara and Lewis Brinson.