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HR Derby results

 

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  2003 - US Cellular Field, Chicago
Pos Player

Team

Rd1 Rd 2 Final Total Long
OF Gary Sheffield Atl 4 - - 4 0
1B Richie Sexson Mil 1 - - 1 383
3B Albert Pujols StL 4 14 8 26 478
OF Jim Edmonds StL 4 4 - 8 426
OF Garret Anderson Ana 7 6 9 22 430
2B Bret Boone Sea 0 - - 0 0
1B Jason Giambi NYY 12 11 - 23 446
1B Carlos Delgado Tor 2 - - 2 434

 

 

2002 - Miller Park, Milwaukee
Pos Player Team Rd 1 Rd 2 Final Total Long
1B Richie Sexson Mil 6 4 - 10 480
OF Barry Bonds SF 2 - - 2 433
OF Sammy Sosa ChC 12 5 1 18 524
OF Lance Berkman Hou 1 - - 1 430
1B Paul Konerko CWS 6 6 - 12 473
OF Torii Hunter Min 3 - - 3 420
OF Jason Giambi NYY 11 7 7 25 488
SS Alex Rodriguez Tex 2 - - 2 492

 

 

2001 - Safeco Field, Seattle
Pos Player Team
Round 1
Round 2
Round 3
Totals
1B Todd Helton Colorado 2 -- -- 2
OF Jason Giambi Oakland 14 6 -- 20
OF Sammy Sosa Chicago 3 8 2 13
3B Troy Glaus Anaheim

0

--
--
0
OF Luis Gonzalez Arizona

5

5 6 16
2B Bret Boone Seattle 3
--
--
3
OF Barry Bonds San Francisco 7 3
--
10
SS Alex Rodriguez Texas 2
--
--
2

 

2000 - Turner Field, Atlanta
Pos Player Team
Round 1
Round 2
Round 3
Totals
OF Sammy Sosa Chicago
6
11
9
26
OF Ken Griffey Jr. Cincinnati
6
3
2
11
OF Carl Everett Boston
6
6
--
12
1B Carlos Delgado Toronto
5
1
--
6
DH Edgar Martinez Seattle
2
--
--
2
3B Chipper Jones Atlanta
2
--
--
2
OF Vladimir Guerrero Montreal
2
--
--
2
C Ivan Rodriguez Texas
1
--
--
1

 

1999 - Fenway Park, Boston

Player Team Round 1 Round 2 Finals Totals
Ken Griffey Jr. Seattle 3 10 3 16
Jeromy Burnitz Milwaukee 6 6 2 14
Mark McGwire St. Louis 13 3 -- 16
Jeff Bagwell Houston 5 1 -- 6
Larry Walker Colorado 2 -- -- 2
Nomar Garciaparra Boston 2 -- -- 2
B.J. Surhoff Baltimore 2 -- -- 2
Shawn Green Toronto 2 -- -- 2
Sammy Sosa Chicago 1 -- -- 1
John Jaha Oakland 1 -- -- 1

 
1998 - Coors Field, Denver
Player Team Round 1 Round 2 Finals Totals
Ken Griffey Jr. Seattle 8 8 3 19
Jim Thome Cleveland 7 8 3 17
Vinny Castilla Colorado 7 5 -- 12
Rafael Palmeiro Baltimore 7 3 -- 10
Damion Easley Detroit 2 -- -- 2
Javy Lopez Atlanta 5 -- -- 5
Moises Alou Houston 7 -- -- 7
Chipper Jones Atlanta 1 -- -- 1
Alex Rodriguez Seattle 5 -- -- 5
Mark McGwire St. Louis 4 -- -- 4

 

1997 - Jacobs Field, Cleveland

Player Team Round 1 Round 2 Finals Total Longest 
Tino Martinez New York 5 8 3* 16 436 ft 
Larry Walker Colorado 9 9 1 19 479 
Mark McGwire Oakland 5 2 -- 7 456
Jeff Bagwell Houston 4 1 -- 5 413
Brady Anderson Baltimore 4 -- -- 4 451
Ken Griffey Jr. Seattle 3 -- -- 3 451
Chipper Jones Atlanta 3 -- -- 3 429
Ray Lankford St. Louis 2 -- -- 2 424
Nomar Garciaparra Boston 0 -- -- 0 --
Jim Thome Cleveland 0 -- -- 0 0


1996 - Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia

American League
Player Team Round 1 Round 2 Finals Total Longest 
Brady Anderson Baltimore 5 6 -- 11 433
Jay Buhner Seattle 6 2 -- 8 426
Joe Carter Toronto 2 -- -- 2 433
Mark McGwire Oakland 4 9 2 15 460
Greg Vaughn Milwaukee 0 -- -- 0 --
National League
Player Team Round 1 Round 2 Finals Total Longest 
Jeff Bagwell Houston 2 -- -- 2 460
Barry Bonds San Fran 4 10 3 17 451
Ellis Burks Colorado 1 -- -- 1 405
Henry Rodriguez Montreal 3 -- -- 3 437
Gary Sheffield Florida 0 -- -- 0 --

 

1995 -- The Ballpark in Arlington, Texas

 A.L. 21, N.L. 9 (after Round One)

American League
Player Team Total HRs
Frank Thomas Chicago 15
Albert Belle Cleveland 16
Mo Vaughn Boston 6
Manny Ramirez Cleveland 3
National League
Player Team Total HRs
Ron Gant Cincinnati 3
Raul Mondesi Los Angeles 2
Reggie Sanders Cincinnati 2
Sammy Sosa Chicago 2

 

Round-by-round analysis
Player Round One Round Two Finals Totals
Thomas 8 4 3 15
Belle 7 7 2 16
Vaughn 3 3 -- 6
Gant 3 3 -- 6
Ramirez 3 -- -- 3
Mondesi 2 -- -- 2
Sanders 2 -- -- 2
Sosa 2 -- -- 2


1994 -- Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh 

A.L. 17, N.L. 11

American League
Player Team Total HRs
Ken Griffey Jr. Seattle 7
Ruben Sierra Oakland 4
Frank Thomas Chicago 4
Albert Belle Cleveland 2
National League
Player Team Total HRs
Fred McGriff Atlanta 5
Jeff Bagwell Houston 3
Dante Bichette Colorado 3
Mike Piazza Los Angeles 0


1993 -- Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore

A.L. 21, N.L. 12

American League
Player Team Total HRs
Juan Gonzalez Texas 7
Ken Griffey Jr. Seattle 7
Cecil Fielder Detroit 4
Albert Belle Cleveland 3
National League
Player Team Total HRs
Barry Bonds San Francisco 5
Bobby Bonilla New York 5
David Justice Atlanta 2
Mike Piazza Los Angeles 0

Playoff #1 -- Griffey Jr. (4), Gonzalez (4)

Playoff #2 -- Gonzalez (1), Griffey Jr. (0)


1992 -- Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego

A.L. 27, N.L. 13

American League
Player Team Total HRs
Mark McGwire Oakland 12
Ken Griffey Jr. Seattle 7
Joe Carter Toronto 4
Cal Ripken Jr. Baltimore 4
National League
Player Team Total HRs
Larry Walker Montreal 4
Gary Sheffield San Diego 4
Fred McGriff San Diego 3
Barry Bonds Pittsburgh 2


1991 -- The SkyDome, Toronto -- A.L. 20, N.L. 7

American League
Player Team Total HRs
Cal Ripken Jr. Baltimore 12
Cecil Fielder Detroit 4
Joe Carter Toronto 2
Danny Tartabull Kansas City 2
National League
Player Team Total HRs
Paul O'Neill Cincinnati 5
George Bell Chicago 2
Chris Sabo Cincinnati 0
Howard Johnson New York 0


1990 -- Wrigley Field, Chicago -- N.L. 4, A.L. 1

National League
Player Team Total HRs
Ryne Sandberg Chicago 3
Matt Williams San Francisco 1
Bobby Bonilla Pittsburgh 0
Darryl Strawberry New York 0
American League
Player Team Total HRs
Mark McGwire Oakland 1
Ken Griffey Jr. Seattle 0
Jose Canseco Oakland 0
Cecil Fielder Detroit 0


1989 -- Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim

N.L. 9, A.L. 5

National League
Player Team Total HRs
Eric Davis Cincinnati 3
Glenn Davis Houston 2
Howard Johnson New York 2
Kevin Mitchell San Francisco 2
American League
Player Team Total HRs
Ruben Sierra Texas 3
Mickey Tettleton Detroit 1
Bo Jackson Kansas City 1
Gary Gaetti Minnesota 0


1988 -- Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati -- Canceled due to rain


1987 -- The Coliseum, Oakland -- N.L. 6, A.L. 2

National League
Player Team Total HRs
Andre Dawson Chicago 4
Ozzie Virgil Atlanta 2
American League
Player Team Total HRs
George Bell Toronto 1
Mark McGwire Oakland 1


1986 -- The Astrodome, Houston -- N.L. 8, A.L. 7

National League
Player Team Total HRs
Darryl Strawberry New York 4
Dave Parker Cincinnati 3
Hubie Brooks Montreal 1
American League
Player Team Total HRs
Wally Joyner California 4
Jesse Barfield Toronto 2
Jose Canseco Oakland 1


1985 -- The Metrodome, Minneapolis 

A.L. 17, N.L. 16

American League
Player Team Total HRs
Jim Rice Boston 4
Eddie Murray Baltimore 4
Carlton Fisk Chicago 4
Tom Brunansky Minnesota 4
Cal Ripken Jr. Baltimore 1
National League
Player Team Total HRs
Dave Parker Cincinnati 6
Dale Murphy Atlanta 4
Steve Garvey Los Angeles 2
Ryne Sandberg Chicago 2
Jack Clark St. Louis 2

Through 1990, the derby was structured as a two-inning event. Each player had five outs per inning. Since 1991, each player has been given 10 outs to hit as many home runs as possible. Click here for a complete list of rules.

 

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