Here is everything you need to know about Home Run Derby (Derby from Home runs) of Play from Stars 2021 from Major League Baseball (MLB) that will take place today Monday, July 12, 2021.
- Shohei ohtani
- Juan Soto
- Joey gallo
- Trevor story
- Matt olson
- Trey mancini
- Salvador Perez
- Pete alonso
- Shohei Ohtani vs. Juan Soto
- Joey Gallo vs. Trevor story
- Matt Olson vs. Trey mancini
- Salvador Pérez vs. Pete alonso
- Shohei Ohtani, left-hander, Anaheim Angels
- Pete Alonso, New York Mets
- Joey Gallo, left-hander, Texas Rangers
- Matt Olson, Oakland Athletics
- Juan Soto, left-hander, Washington Nationals
- Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies
- Trey Mancini, Baltimore Orioles
- Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals
- Coors Fields Stadium (home of the Colorado Rockies)
ESPN will exclusively televise the T-Mobile Home Run Derby Monday, July 12 at 8:00 p.m. EDT. Additionally, ESPN2 will offer a Statcast-powered alternative viewing experience for the Derby alongside the traditional broadcast. The Derby from Home runs is also available in ESPN Radio, ESPN Sports and the application ESPN.
- Single elimination system with three rounds in total
- Batters will have three minutes per round in the first and second rounds and two minutes in the final round. The clock begins with the release of the first pitch and the round ends when the stopwatch reads zero. A home run will count as long as the pitch has been thrown before the timer reaches zero.
- Once the second player in a given round exceeds his opponent’s home run total, the round ends
- After the first round, the winner of the Ohtani-Soto showdown will meet the winner of Pérez-Alonso. On the other side, the Gallo-Story winner faces the Olson-Mancini winner. The two remaining players will meet in the final round.
- 30 bonus seconds will be awarded to each batter at the end of each regulation period. A batter can gain an additional 30 seconds of overtime, for a total of 60 seconds, if he hits at least one home run that equals or exceeds 475 feet (followed by the Statcast of MLB powered by Google Cloud) in the regulatory period. The bonus period, either 30 seconds or 60 seconds, is a single time segment, with no waiting times. During the bonus period, a special magenta ball from T-Mobile will be used
- Each batter is entitled to a 45-second timeout in each of the three regulation periods. Wait times cannot be requested during bonus periods
- Ties in any round will be broken with a swing-off 60 seconds with no time interruption or added extra time. If a tie persists after swing-off, the batsmen will participate in successive swing-offs of three swing until there is a winner
As part of a new multifaceted agreement between MLB and the MLB Players Association prior to the 2019 season, the prize pool of the Home Run Derby increased from $ 725,000 to $ 2.5 million. The winner takes home $ 1 million of that total.
With information and image of MLB.com.