Colorado Rockies

From the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum’s collection containing tens of thousands of artifacts, our curators have created each team’s Starting Nine by hand-picking nine must-see pieces for each of the 30 MLB teams. This limited-time list is the perfect introduction to the Museum for every Colorado Rockies fan.

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Charlie Blackmon: Star-Spangled Socks

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In 2017, Charlie Blackmon led the Rockies and the big leagues in hits (213), runs (137), and triples (14). The center fielder wore these star-spangled socks on July 4, 2017, taking part in MLB's themed sock phenomenon that has continued to increase in popularity.

Todd Helton: Final Home Run Bat

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On September 25, 2013, during his last game at Coors Field, Colorado's Todd Helton smashed the final home run of his career with this bat. The first baseman spent his entire 17-year big league career with the Rockies, setting franchise records of 1,401 runs, 369 homers, and 1,406 RBI.

Ubaldo Jimenez: First No-Hitter Cap

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Ubaldo Jiménez wore this cap on April 17, 2010, as he threw the first no-hitter in Rockies franchise history. The hurler threw 128 pitches and struck out seven in the 4-0 victory over the Atlanta Braves.

Jamie Moyer: Oldest Winner Glove

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Colorado's Jamie Moyer wore this glove on April 17, 2012, when he became the oldest pitcher to win a major league game. At 49-years, 151-days old, the southpaw went seven innings in the Rockies 5-3 win over the Padres. After 25 seasons in the bigs, Moyer retired during the 2012 season.

Tracy Ringolsby: Cowboy Hat

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After getting his start as a beat writer for several baseball clubs in 1976, Tracy Ringolsby has covered the Colorado Rockies since the team's inception in 1993. He donated his trademark cowboy hat to the National Baseball Hall of Fame after being named the J.G. Taylor Spink Award winner in 2005.

Trevor Story: 2018 Season Jersey

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In 2018, Colorado's Trevor Story became the first shortstop in major league history to record 40 doubles, 30 homers, and 25 stolen bases in a season. Story wore this Rockies jersey that season, ultimately earning his first Silver Slugger for his offensive efforts.

Troy Tulowitzki: Triple Play Cap

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Wearing this Rockies cap on April 29, 2007, Troy Tulowitzki completed the 14th unassisted triple play in big league history. With Atlanta Braves runners on first and second, the Colorado shortstop caught a line drive, doubled up the man at second, and tagged the runner coming from first.

Eric Young Sr.: Six Stolen Base Pants

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Colorado's Eric Young Sr. wore these purple pinstriped pants on June 30, 1996, as he stole six bases in a game. During the Rockies' 16-15 win over the Dodgers, Young swiped second four times, and in the bottom of the third inning, stole third and then home. The speedy second baseman finished the season leading the NL with 53 stolen bases.

Rockies Opening Season Pennant

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The Colorado Rockies played their first game in 1993, one of two teams added to Major League Baseball that season. This pennant is from the club's first year, during which nearly 4.5 million fans turned out for Rockies games, setting a big league single-season attendance record.

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