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    Todd Lynn Helton (born August 20, 1973) is an American former professional baseball first baseman who played his entire 17-year career for the Colorado Rockies of Major League Baseball (MLB). A five-time All-Star, four-time Silver Slugger, and three-time Gold Glove Award winner, Helton holds the Rockies' club records for hits (2,519 ...

  2. Last Game: (Age 40-040d) 4 AB, 1 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB. Hall of Fame: Inducted as Player in 2024. (Voted by BBWAA on 307/385 ballots) View Todd Helton's Page at the Baseball Hall of Fame (plaque, photos, videos). Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1998 season. Agents: Michael Moye • Previously: Alan Nero.

  3. Todd Lynn Helton (Knoxville, 20 de agosto de 1973) é um ex-jogador americano de beisebol. Foi primeira-base do Colorado Rockies de 1997 , quando começou sua carreira na Major League Baseball até 2013 quando encerrou a carreira. É o maior ídolo na história da franquia.

  4. Helton batted .347 with 32 home runs and 96 RBI to become the first player in major league history to hit at least .315 with 25 HR and 95 RBI in each of his first seven full seasons in the majors...he surpassed Joe DiMaggio (1936-41), who was the only other guy to ever do it his first six campaigns...Todd became just the third player to ever ...

  5. 24 de jan. de 2024 · January 24th, 2024. Thomas Harding. @ harding_at_mlb. KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Once upon a time, Todd Helton thrust his fist skyward, and Rockies nation rose with it to unprecedented and since-unmatched heights. When Heltons fist went up as his phone rang on Tuesday afternoon, he ascended into baseball immortality.

  6. In 2001, Helton hit .336 with 49 home runs and 146 RBI. His 402 total bases were three shy of his 2000 total, making Helton just the seventh player in history with multiple 400-total base seasons and the fourth player to reach the mark in back-to-back campaigns.

  7. 25 de jan. de 2022 · DENVER -- Former Rockies star first baseman Todd Helton has taken another steady step toward Cooperstown. Helton, who played all 17 of his seasons with the Rockies, showed up on 52 percent of the ballots in his fourth of 10 possible years on the Baseball Writers’ Association of America ballot.