Todd Helton

is a Knoxville native and is known as one of the best sluggers in UT history

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Todd Helton was named the 1995 National Collegiate Baseball player of the year. He was a dual-sport athlete at UT Knoxville, lettering in baseball and football, where he was backed by future Super Bowl champion Peyton Manning. In his 1997 debut for the Colorado Rockies, Todd Helton recorded his first hit and homerun. He would conclude his Major League Baseball career with 369 home runs and 2,519 hits.

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Todd Helton’s best season came in 2000, when he blasted a National League season record 216 hits and led the major leagues in batting average, RBI, doubles, total bases, extra base hits and slugging percentage. Mr. Helton became only the fourth player in National League history to lead in both batting average and RBIs. He was named the Associated Press Major League Baseball player of the year. Todd Helton’s prolific career also included the Hank Aaron Award and being named an all-star five times.

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January 20, 2021

Todd Helton Gives Back to His Community

 Todd Helton is a baseball legend who has been out of the sport for some time. However, he has remained an active and positive force in many ways, helping as a coach in various programs and focusing on community outreach as well. One facet that some of his fans may not understand is his giving […]

January 20, 2021

Examining Todd Helton’s Impact on Baseball and Beyond

Todd Helton is an MLB legend who retired in 2017 to much acclaim. However, his life didn’t end when he left the league, as he has made a significant impact after retiring in various ways. Examining Todd Helton and His Baseball Career Todd Helton started his college career at the University of Tennessee, lettering in […]

Todd Helton Discusses Tips To Improve Batting Average
December 15, 2020

Todd Helton Discusses Tips To Improve Batting Average

Todd Helton, Who Could One Day Be in the Hall of Fame, Is Here To Discuss How Everyone can Improve their Batting Average For those who are looking for ways to improve their batting average, it is important to learn from the best. That is what Todd Helton has been. Todd Helton spent his career […]

December 4, 2020

Will Todd Helton Make the Hall of Fame in 2021?

Retired Major League Baseball star Todd Helton was eligible for the Baseball Hall of Fame for the first time in 2019. The long-time Colorado Rockies first baseman received votes from only 16.5 percent of voters, well short of the 75 percent required for induction. However, in the 2020 balloting that jumped to 29.2 percent. It’s […]

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