After seventeen years, matching his number, Todd Helton played his last game in Coors Field, hitting his 369th home run along the way. 
He was also gifted with a horse in the pre-game ceremony. This is what that horse would look like it if it had a baseball hat, goatee, and was drinking a Coors Light, Helton’s favorite beer. I’m assuming his name is Todd Horseton.

After seventeen years, matching his number, Todd Helton played his last game in Coors Field, hitting his 369th home run along the way. 

He was also gifted with a horse in the pre-game ceremony. This is what that horse would look like it if it had a baseball hat, goatee, and was drinking a Coors Light, Helton’s favorite beer. I’m assuming his name is Todd Horseton.

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    I give it six weeks before a wasted Helton gets arrested for a horseback DUI, with a fist full of scratch-off lottery...
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