• All(-Star's) rise! Judge rules in Derby debut

    All rise. Again, again and again. After saying that he just wanted to put on a show for the fans, Aaron Judge slammed nearly four miles of home runs on Monday evening at Marlins Park -- including four of more than 500 feet -- en route to being crowned the newest champion of the T-Mobile Home Run Derby.

  • Round-by-round Home Run Derby results

    Major League Baseball home run leader Aaron Judge was crowned this year's T-Mobile Home Run Derby champion on Monday night at Marlins Park in Miami.

  • Statcast takeaways from Home Run Derby

    Monday will be remembered as the night Aaron Judge introduced himself, loudly, to the T-Mobile Home Run Derby.

  • Great? Home Run Derby far exceeds that

    Every now and again, and it doesn't happen often, the moment beats the hype. We all knew that Monday night's T-Mobile Home Run Derby was going to be great. How could it not be great? This is the year of the homer. Except: It wasn't great. It was something beyond that.

  • Joel Embiid catches two HR Derby balls

    Sixers star Joel Embiid stood at the Clevelander over the left-field field wall at the Home Run Derby, the perfect position to catch some dingers.

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  • Sano so close, falls to Judge in Derby finals

    A dark horse in an event where Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge consumed most of the pre-swing hype, Miguel Sano, as a first-time participant in the T-Mobile Home Run Derby, emerged as its runner-up.

  • Sanchez stuns Stanton, but falls in Rd. 2

    Gary Sanchez stunned hometown favorite Giancarlo Stanton in the first round of the 2017 T-Mobile Home Run Derby on Monday, but fell in the second round to Miguel Sano of the Twins.

  • Judge homers off roof of Marlins Park in BP

    During batting practice for the Home Run Derby, Aaron Judge made an decisive opening statement by thumping a pitch into seemingly impossible territory -- the very top of Marlins Park:

  • Bour's 22 Round 1 HRs not enough vs. Judge

    Justin Bour had the crowd behind him, but he was no match for the might of Aaron Judge. Bour smacked 22 first-round homers, the fifth most in a single round in history, in front of thousands of energized Marlins fans, but he exited Monday's T-Mobile Home Run Derby early after the Yankees' rookie and eventual winner launched 23.

  • Judge launches 513-foot home run

    During batting practice for the Home Run Derby, Aaron Judge made an decisive opening statement by thumping a pitch into seemingly impossible territory -- the very top of Marlins Park:

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  • Stanton upset by Sanchez in Rd. 1 of Derby

    Giancarlo Stanton surrendered his T-Mobile Home Run Derby title in the first round on Monday night, but not before putting on a gallant comeback attempt that included some monstrous blasts. The top seed in the field of eight at Marlins Park, Stanton took his swings after Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez, seeded eighth, caught fire and posted 17 in Round 1. Stanton got off to a slow start in the four-minute round, but closed quickly only to fall agonizingly short with 16.

  • Sano takes "crack of the bat" to next level

    Miguel Sano found lightning both in his bat and outside the field on one Home Run Derby blast.

  • Bellinger thrilled with HR Derby experience

    With his father, Clay, pitching to him in his T-Mobile Home Run Derby debut, Dodgers rookie Cody Bellinger hit 27 homers in two rounds, peppering Marlins Park's right-field stands with baseballs. His average homer went 403 feet. His longest went 446 feet. Even that wasn't enough to match Yankees slugger Aaron Judge, the night's most electric star, who hit 13 in the semifinals to knock out Bellinger.

  • Blackmon drops dramatic Derby showdown

    Rockies All-Star Charlie Blackmon hit 14 homers in the first round of the T-Mobile Home Run Derby on Monday. It was an impressive showing, but not enough to get past Dodgers rookie Cody Bellinger, who tied and beat Blackmon in bonus time, with his 15th homer landing as time expired.

  • Moose out early, but says 1st Derby 'lot of fun'

    No, Mike Moustakas was not the marquee name in Monday night's T-Mobile Home Run Derby, but the Royals' third baseman still put on a show. Moustakes launched 10 homers in the opening round, which was the most in Derby history for a Kansas City player, but not enough to advance. Yankees slugger Aaron Judge took home the championship, besting Twins slugger Miguel Sano in the final round.

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  • Jansen films Bellinger during Derby

    Kenley Jansen doubled as a camera operator during Cody Bellinger's Derby round.

  • Bour's round impresses, includes doughnuts

    When Justin Bour took his time out, he was fed doughnuts by teammate Giancarlo Stanton.

  • All-Star Monday: In Real Life

    A day before the 88th All-Star Game presented by Mastercard, we are on the scene around Miami and Marlins Park as players and fans enjoy All-Star Monday festivities in and around the city and ballpark.

  • Futures Game MVP Honeywell talks Derby

    The Cespedes Family BBQ folks were at Marlins Park on Monday and tracked down top Rays prospect and Team USA's Futures Game MVP Brent Honeywell to ask him some questions about the Derby.

  • Juarez, Tyson win Junior Home Run Derby

    More than 130 home run balls took flight off the bats of 16 youngsters as part of the second annual T-Mobile Junior Home Run Derby at Marlins Park on Saturday. Eight participants in both a 14u and 12u division took part in the long-ball challenge. The two winning sluggers -- 14u champion Brandon Juarez and 12u champion Hunter Tyson -- will be recognized at the T-Mobile Home Run Derby on Monday night.

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  • Crush homers in Home Run Derby

    Batter up in MLB.com Home Run Derby 17 featuring double the ballparks, new gear and your favorite MLB.com Home Run Derby stars!

  • Mattingly meets with kids from hometown

    Before Monday's T-Mobile Home Run Derby at Marlins Park, Marlins manager Don Mattingly met with a few lucky kids from his hometown.

  • Former All-Stars take HR Derby to London

    Former All-Stars Carlos Pena, Cliff Floyd and Shawn Green swung for the fences across the pond as MLB hosted a Home Run Derby in London's Hyde Park as part of the MLB Battlegrounds exhibition to promote baseball in the United Kingdom and Europe.

  • 'Home Run Derby curse' remains a myth

    Does the Home Run Derby ruin swings? The myth says yes, but the numbers say no. Let's dig into the last few years of data to explain just why it is that All-Stars often do worse in the second half -- and it's not because of the Derby.

  • Players vote on must-see Derby participants

    One of the aspects we love about the T-Mobile Home Run Derby is how much the players themselves love it. You see them gathered in foul territory -- some toting their tots, others capturing their vantage point with their cameras, all of them basking at awe at what their All-Star peers are accomplishing in that breathtaking batting-practice battle.

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  • Youths get shot at Jr. Home Run Derby title

    Before Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge step into the batter's box at Marlins Park to launch home runs in the T-Mobile Home Run Derby on Monday night, kids half their size will get a chance to do so Saturday morning.

  • All you need to know as top sluggers bash in Derby

    Here is a refresher on the format that will be in place for the T-Mobile Home Run Derby, which takes place at 8 p.m. ET tonight at Miami's Marlins Park and broadcast on ESPN and MLB.com.

  • Bour falls short in Final Vote, but Derby ahead

    When all the results came in, it wasn't a matter of the outcome for Marlins first baseman Justin Bour. Just being in the race was worthwhile.

  • Stanton shows why he's Derby's No. 1 seed

    The bracket for Monday's T-Mobile Home Run Derby was announced on Wednesday, and it didn't take long for Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton to show why he's the No. 1 seed, as the slugger homered in each of the first two innings vs. the Cardinals.

  • Derby seeds: Stanton, Joltin' Judge are 1-2

    We intend absolutely no disrespect to the other participants when we make the fairly obvious observation that Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge are the foremost figures of the upcoming T-Mobile Home Run Derby, and they've got the seeds to show for it.

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  • Moose seeded 4th in Home Run Derby

    Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas learned his pairing for Monday's T-Mobile Home Run Derby, as it was announced Wednesday that Moustakas is seeded fifth and will face No. 4-seeded Miguel Sano of the Twins in the first round.

  • Sanchez on LoMo remarks: Derby is an invite

    Gary Sanchez responded on Wednesday to comments made by the Rays' Logan Morrison, with the Yankees catcher saying that "it's not my fault that he didn't get selected" to participate in the upcoming T-Mobile Home Run Derby.

  • Derby duos: Slugfest seedings announced

    The field of eight for the 2017 T-Mobile Home Run Derby next week at Marlins Park in Miami was made official earlier this week, and now we know the first-round matchups.

  • Moose ready to mash in Home Run Derby

    Mike Moustakas has already eclipsed a single-season career-high total in home runs. Now he'll get a chance to put that thunderous swing on display during All-Star Week.

  • Rox's Blackmon surprised, excited for Derby

    Charlie Blackmon will participate in the 2017 T-Mobile Home Run Derby at Marlins Park in Miami on July 10 on ESPN.

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