Vladimir Guerrero Retires
The best player I've ever seen that nobody talked about. In his prime, he was one of the two or three best players in the game. His only crime was playing in Montreal, so no one saw him play. I think he belongs in Cooperstown and will be disappointed if he doesn't find his way there.
Todd Helton Retires
Not a HOF'er, but a great player. One of baseball's best hitters for the first half of his career, but injures slowed him during the second. He'll probably be remembered the same way that Will Clark and Don Mattingly are.