Home Run Derby -- Round-by-Round

Home Run Derby -- Round-by-Round
July 15, 2013, 5:15 pm

With coach Mike Gallego pitching to him, Yoenis Cespedes put on a show with 17 home runs in the first round. (AP)

Home Run Derby -- Final Round:
Bryce Harper (Washington Nationals) -- Eight Home Runs
Yoenis Cespedes (Oakland A's) -- Nine Home Runs **WINNER**

Home Run Derby -- Second Round (Top two totals advance to Final):
Michael Cuddyer (Colorado Rockies) -- Eight Home Runs (Fifteen Total)
Chris Davis (Baltimore Orioles) -- Four Home Runs (Twelve Total)
Bryce Harper (Washington Nationals) -- Eight Home Runs (Sixteen Total)
Yoenis Cespedes (Oakland A's) -- Six Home Runs (Twenty Three Total)

Home Run Derby -- First Round:
Prince Fielder (Detroit Tigers) -- Five Home Runs
Michael Cuddyer (Colorado Rockies) -- Seven Home Runs
Yoenis Cespedes (Oakland A's) -- Seventeen Home Runs
Pedro Alvarez (Pittsburgh Pirates) -- Six Home Runs
Chris Davis (Baltimore Orioles) -- Eight Home Runs
Bryce Harper (Washington Nationals) -- Eight Home Runs
Robinson Cano (New York Yankees) -- Four Home Runs
David Wright (New York Mets) -- Five Home Runs

FIRST ROUND NOTES: According to ESPN, the longest home run Cespedes hit measured unofficially at 456 feet and the average distance of his 17 home runs was 411 feet.

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