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ROCKIES HISTORY
Todd Helton tied a team record by clubbing 49 home runs during the 2001 season. (AP)
All-time leaders & stats
First baseman Todd Helton holds or ties the Rockies single-season records for home runs, extra-base hits, walks, doubles and on-base percentage. Take a look at Helton's impressive career numbers and see where he ranks in club all-time offensive categories.
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ROCKIES TIMELINE
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Timeline
Use the link above to trace Rockies history, from Charlie Hayes to Dante Bichette to Todd Helton. Go >
Records
All-time Rosters
Every player to wear a Rockies uniform is listed here, including Walt Weiss. Go >
Rockies win NL pennant
Rockies celebrate
2007 First Half
2007 Second Half
2006 First Half
2006 Second Half
Multimedia Highlights

Baseball's Best Baseball's Best
Download original TV broadcasts of classic games, some with original pre- and post-game shows »
Top Plays of 2007:
10/1: Rockies rally to win Wild Card: 400K
10/15: Rockies advance to their first WS: 400K
Top Plays of 2006:
6/12: Sullivan delivers diving catch: 350K
8/30: Tulowitzki robs Lo Duca: 350K
Stats and Records

LEADERS (*as of 2012)

 Career HRs
1. T. Helton 354
2. L. Walker 258
3. V. Castilla 239

 Career ERA
1. B. Fuentes 3.38
2. S. Reed 3.63
3. U. Jimenez 3.66
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Check out these Rockies awards and honors:
All-Stars
Awards
Team awards history
mlb.com history