Home Run Derby

The Home Run Derby is an event held prior to the Major League Baseball All-Star Game. It is a contest among the top home run hitters in Major League Baseball to determine who can hit the most home runs. The event is currently sponsored by State Farm Insurance.

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Home Run Derby - Records - Most All-time Wins
... (1998–1999)) Prince Fielder – 2 (Became first player to win the derby as a National League and American League participant.) (2009,2012) ...
Cal Ripken, Jr. - Playing Career - 1991
1991 All Star Game MVP award (going 2 for 3 including a 3-run home run off Dennis Martínez), the Gatorade Home Run Derby contest (hitting a then record 12 home runs in 22 swings, including 7 ... MLB history to win all those awards in the same season, excluding the Home Run Derby, was Maury Wills in 1962 ... Ripken became the first player ever to win the Home Run Derby and be named All Star Game MVP in the same year ...
Mark Scott (actor)
... He is probably best known for hosting the Home Run Derby television show that originally aired in 1960 ... During the Home Run Derby show, he both announced the action and interviewed each contestant when his opponent was batting ... His most well known line from the show was, "It's a home run or nothing here on Home Run Derby." Prior to Home Run Derby, he had been an announcer for the Hollywood Stars of the Pacific ...
MLB Power Pros - Gameplay - Wii Remote and Home Run Derby Mode
... You can use the Wii Remote to play an Exhibition game or play Home Run Derby ... In home run derby, you will try to hit home runs with any player (including pitchers) at any stadium in 10 swings ... If you hit a home run on every one of those 10 swings, you get extra swings until you get out ...

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