Todd Helton opens up about final home game: 'I’ll remember this game the rest of my life'

Helton will remember last game Denver

After playing in his final home game, Colorado Rockies first baseman Todd Helton greets fans as Helton circles the field after the Boston Red Sox's 15-5 victory in a baseball game in Denver on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013. Helton will retire at season's end after playing 17 years at first base or he Rockies. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

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After playing in his final home game, Colorado Rockies first baseman Todd Helton greets fans as Helton circles the field after the Boston Red Sox's 15-5 victory in a baseball game in Denver on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013. Helton will retire at season's end after playing 17 years at first base or he Rockies. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

DENVER — Todd Helton’s final home game at Coors Field began with a new ride and ended with a good walk.

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Comments » 3

TommyJack writes:

A true VFL.

formervol1950s writes:

Todd, without a doubt, belongs in baseballs Hall Of Fame and strong consideration should be given to placing his name on the stadium with the other legend's. Some will recall Todd as a QB started ahead of Peyton prior to sustaining an injury.

johnlg00 writes:

Not sure he merits consideration as a football honoree on that scale, but he should have at least a statue at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. No doubt in my mind he is the greatest UT baseball player ever.

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