Newburgh native Jamey Carroll finalized a two-year contract extension worth four million dollars with the Colorado Rockies. The deal, which includes a club option for 2009, will become official once Carroll passes a physical. Carroll, who turns 33 next month, batted .300 with five home runs, 36 RBI, 23 doubles and 84 runs scored in 136 games for the Rockies in 2006. He has a .280 career batting average. Carroll was drafted by Montreal in 1996 and moved with the team to Washington. He was acquired by Colorado before spring training last season. Carroll led the National League with a club-record .995 fielding percentage at second base. He`ll get $1.7 million this year and $2.15 million in 2008. Colorado holds a 2009 option worth $2.5 million with a $150,000 buyout. The option would increase to $2.75 million if he has 1,100 plate appearances or 240 starts in the next two seasons and to $3 million if he has 1,200 at-bats or makes 260 starts. FOX 7 Sports spoke to Carroll on the phone. He says he`s not concerned about the money. Jamey is just happy to have a secure future with the Rockies and appreciates the franchise`s trust in him. Carroll, a former Castle High School and University of Evansville standout, will have his jersey retired on Friday, January 5th at Castle. The school will hold a special ceremony at approximately 7:15 PM before the Knights` basketball game against Memorial.