Home Run Derby
The new Home Run Derby rules provided for an entertaining show, it shows innovative thinking the sport hasn’t been used to.
Chris discussed the deal reached in Vienna on nuclear negotiations with Iran, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s declaration that he is running for President and an approaching mini-ice age. He also spoke with Clyde Wayne Crews Jr. from Forbes at 7:20 and La Salle University foreign policy analyst Ed Turzanski at 8:20.
A practical visitor guide for MLB All-Star Weekend, along with recommendations for lodging, dining and sightseeing in Cincinnati.
It is a question often asked; how would a player in a particular sport fair if he/she played in another sport? With the annual MLB Home Run Derby next week, here are some non-baseball players who would be fun to watch in the competition.
The All-Star Game is nearly here, which means the complaining has begun. Here’s a tip to enjoy the events: rediscover your inner kid.
With 15 years between back to back champions, lots of things have happened in the sporting world during that time. With that being said, here is a look at 21 things that have happened since we last had a back-to-back Home Run Derby champion.
Oakland A Yoenis Cespedes has won back-to-back Home Run Derby titles.
Jose Bautista and Troy Tulowitzki have announced most of their respective lineups for the 2014 Home Run Derby.
This year, we are excited to announce the 2013 Andrew Farrell Home Run Derby is set for Saturday, May 17th at George Washington High School.
Yoenis Cespedes won baseball’s Home Run Derby on Monday night, becoming the first player left out of the All-Star game to take home the crown.
Domonic Brown has said he’s not interested in the Home Run Derby, but Spike Eskin says he should change his mind.
Phillies leftfielder Dom Brown says he’s not interested in the home run derby.
Annual Home Run Derby benefits CHOP and honors GW High student who died of Leukemia.
Detroit’s Prince Fielder became only the second player to win multiple titles in the All-Star Home Run Derby, thrilling the crowd at Kauffman Stadium with eight splash shots into the right-field fountain and beating Toronto’s Jose Bautista 12-7 in the final Monday night.
As I write this, it is Monday night, and the Home Run Derby is on. That’s a switch for me, as for most of the last decade, I was there. I covered the Derby from 2001-2009, and now I find myself constantly searching for the remote as the “drama” simply isn’t there.