Todd Helton entered a guilty plea Tuesday to "driving while ability impaired," saying he is "very regretful."
The judge ordered Helton to 1year of probation and 24 hours of community service.
Helton left the courtoom through the back.
He was arrested in Thornton in February after a witness reported seeing a pickup truck being driven erratically.
At the time police said Helton cooperated with their investigation.
Helton released a statement in February:
"I exercised poor judgment and was charged with drinking and driving after driving to a gas station near my house. I am very sorry and embarrassed by my actions. I hold myself to a high standard and take my responsibility as a public figure very seriously," it said. "My entire career I have worked to set a positive example for my family and in our community and I fell far short of this standard. I sincerely ask my family, the Colorado Rockies organization, Major League Baseball and the community to accept my apology. I make no excuses and accept full responsibility for my actions. I humbly ask your forgiveness."