Home Run Derby kicks off in St. Louis. Review Participants & See the Score!

2009 State Farm HomeRun Derby in St. Louis

Live Reporting, Highlights, & Chat @ Newsday (this was Live event, now closed)

HomeRun Derby Participants with Stats from ending season

American League
Carlos Pena (Rays): 24 home runs
Brandon Inge (Tigers): 21 home runs
Nelson Cruz (Rangers): 22 home runs
Joe Mauer (Twins): 15 home runs

National League
Albert Pujols (Cardinals): 32 home runs – hometown favorite
Ryan Howard (Phillies): 22 home runs
Adrian Gonzalez (Padres): 24 home runs
Prince Fielder (Brewers): 22 home runs

The 2009 Home Run Derby, the 25th installment, will be held at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri on July 13 of that year, while the 2010 event will be in Anaheim, California at Angel Stadium of Anaheim, and the 2011 event will take place at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona.  ~cited from wikipedia.org

FINAL in the 2009 Home Run Derby

Busch Stadium, St. Louis — N.L. 51, A.L. 31
Player Team Round 1 Round 2 Subtotal Finals Total
Flag of the United States Prince Fielder Milwaukee 11 6 17 6 23
Flag of the Dominican Republic Nelson Cruz Texas 11 5 16 5 21
Flag of the United States Ryan Howard Philadelphia 7 8 15 15
Flag of the Dominican Republic Albert Pujols St. Louis 5 6 11 11
Flag of the Dominican Republic Carlos Peña Tampa Bay 5 5 5
Flag of the United States Joe Mauer Minnesota 5 5 5
Flag of Mexico Adrian Gonzalez San Diego 2 2 2
Flag of the United States Brandon Inge Detroit 0 0 0

WINNER:  Prince Fielder  (Former Detroit Tiger’s Cecil Fielder’s son)

The Practice Stadium, Practice & Warm-up

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