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Topic - Todd Helton
Justin Morneau wears Larry Walker's old number and is stepping in for Todd Helton.
If you're going to replace Todd Helton at first base in Colorado while wearing Larry Walker's old number, you better have a solid resume.
The Colorado Rockies will retire former first baseman Todd Helton's No. 17 on Aug. 17.
The usually stoic Todd Helton became a little emotional at his official retirement ceremony before the game Monday night against St. Louis.
Todd Helton has had enough.
Todd Helton will retire at the end of the season after spending 17 years with the Colorado Rockies and setting franchise records in nearly every offensive category.
Colorado Rockies first baseman Todd Helton has been sentenced to a year of probation and 24 hours of community service after pleading guilty to driving while ability-impaired.
Calling his recent drunk driving arrest a "monumental mistake," Colorado Rockies first baseman Todd Helton fought tears as he apologized Sunday and asked for forgiveness at the start of spring training.
In a statement released by the Rockies, Helton says he is embarrassed and apologized to his family, the team and the community.
The Colorado Rockies gave All-Star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki the day off to rest a sore left hip.
Reds outfielder Chris Heisey wasn't surprised to see the schoolgirl outfit hanging in his locker, his humbling attire for the start of a late-season road trip.
Jason Marquis had arguably the worst outing by a Washington Nationals pitcher all year in his last start, allowing seven runs, six of them earned, in just 1 1/3 innings against the Pittsburgh Pirates. After the game, a 10-2 Nationals loss, Marquis was determined to put the start behind him.
Rockies first baseman Todd Helton is out of the starting lineup again against the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday night because of back spasms.
Todd Helton looked like he was finished last year. A chronically bad back had robbed the strength from his legs and the pop from his bat.
While Todd Helton has had to compromise to age and a cranky back, he maintains the same intensity that made him one of the most respected players in the majors.
"To be honored as Tennessean of the Year is fabulous. I'm humbled," Helton said. "To see some of the names like Pat Head Summitt, Coach (Phillip) Fulmer and to just walk in some of the same shoes they've walked in just amazing."
Colorado Rockies' Todd Helton acknowledges fans after striking out in his last at-bat, during the ninth inning of the Rockies' baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013, in Los Angeles.