Poll

Who will win the 2017 Home Run Derby?

#1 Giancarlo Stanton (R), Miami Marlins, 26 HR, defending champion
3 (60%)
#2 Aaron Judge (R), New York Yankees, 30 HR
1 (20%)
#3 Cody Bellinger (L), Los Angeles Dodgers, 25 HR
0 (0%)
#4 Mike Moustakas (L), Kansas City Royals, 25 HR
0 (0%)
#5 Miguel Sano (R), Minnesota Twins, 21 HR
0 (0%)
#6 Charlie Blackmon (L), Colorado Rockies, 20 HR
0 (0%)
#7 Justin Bour (L), Miami Marlins, 20 HR
1 (20%)
#8 Gary Sanchez (R), New York Yankees, 13 HR
0 (0%)
I don't know, but I like to participate in polls.
0 (0%)
Tom Brady, New England Patriots (NFL), 0 HR
0 (0%)

Total Members Voted: 5

Author Topic: 2017 All Star Home Run Derby Mon July 10 8 PM ET GDT, Poll & Contest  (Read 1357 times)

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Offline nats2playoffs

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Can you imagine how sick that Yankees lineup is going to be with Judge, Sanchez and Harper in 2019?
Harper won't want to play in Judge's shadow. Aaron Judge has a good shot at winning the Triple Crown in 2017... as a ROOKIE.
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The All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game was the second game of a doubleheader at Marlins Park on All-Star Sunday, July 9. The Softball Game will be televised by ESPN immediately following the T-Mobile Home Run Derby on Monday, July 10.

Home Runs by Ricky Henderson, Tim Raines, Andre Dawson, William Levy. Grand slam by former National/Marlin Livan Hernandez.

With all the former athletes playing, the fence is way too short. Everyone is hitting easy home runs. Nationals winning 21-10 in 4th.


Livan Hernandez

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No. 5 Miguel Sano (Twins) 10 in final round
6'4, 276 lbs age 24, 21 HR in 2017, 25 HR 2016 (116 games), 18 in 2015  (80 games)

CHAMPION:

No. 2 Aaron Judge (Yankees) 11 in final round
6'7", 282 lbs, age 25, 30 HR 2017, rookie


Judge started hot in April, stealing the spotlight away from teammate Gary Sanchez, the catcher who dominated in the last half of 2016. Sanchez got injured early and Judge never stopped hitting. Yes, he is on pace to strike out 200 times, but that makes his domination all the more impressive. He has the most Yankees first-half homers in the team's history.

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No. 5 Miguel Sano (Twins) 10 in final round
6'4, 276 lbs age 24, 21 HR in 2017, 25 HR 2016 (116 games), 18 in 2015  (80 games)

CHAMPION:
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No. 2 Aaron Judge (Yankees) 11 in final round
6'7", 282 lbs, age 25, 30 HR 2017, rookie
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Judge started hot in April, stealing the spotlight away from teammate Gary Sanchez, the catcher who dominated in the last half of 2016. Sanchez got injured early and Judge never stopped hitting. Yes, he is on pace to strike out 200 times, but that makes his domination all the more impressive. He has the most Yankees first-half homers in the team's history.
So you are saying big power and a lot of strikeouts?  But does he have a bazooka arm?

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Harper won't want to play in Judge's shadow. Aaron Judge has a good shot at winning the Triple Crown in 2017... as a ROOKIE.
 :pimp:  :w:
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Aaron Judge is 25 and playing in his first ASG. Bryce Harper is 24 and playing in his fifth.