[[BASEBALL~STREAM@]] MLB Home Run Derby Live Free Online 11 July 2023
2023 MLB Home Run Derby: Time, odds, bracket, TV channel, live stream, how to watch online
Major League Baseball's 2023 Home Run Derby is set for Monday at Seattle's T-Mobile Park. Headlining the eight-player field is Mets slugger Pete Alonso, a two-time Home Run Derby champion (2019 and 2021). Alonso is looking to join Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr. as the only three-time champs in Derby history.
Also participating in this year's bracket are Randy Arozarena (Rays), Mookie Betts (Dodgers), Adolis García (Rangers), Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (Blue Jays), Luis Robert Jr. (White Sox), Julio Rodríguez (Mariners), and Adley Rutschman (Orioles).
Here's how you can watch this year's Home Run Derby, plus more info. You can follow along on our live blog here.
2023 Home Run Derby Where: T-Mobile Park, Seattle | When: 8 p.m. ET; Monday, July 10 TV channel: ESPN | Live stream: fubo (try for free) Highlights: CBS Sports HQ
Home Run Derby bracket Participants are seeded for the opening round based on their season home run totals as of July 4. The tiebreaker, which gave Robert the No. 1 seed over Alonso, was home runs as of June 15.
No. 1 Luis Robert Jr. vs. No. 8 Adley Rutschman No. 2 Pete Alonso vs. No. 7 Julio Rodríguez No. 3 Mookie Betts vs. No. 6 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. No. 4 Adolis García vs. No. 5 Randy Arozarena The winner of No. 1 vs. No. 8 will take on the winner of No. 4 vs. No. 5 in the second round, and the winner of No. 2 vs. No. 7 will face the winner of No. 3 vs. No. 6. Cardinals fans may want to take a bathroom break during that No. 4 vs. No. 5 matchup. St. Louis traded away García and Arozarena in the span of three weeks during the 2019-20 offseason.
Home Run Derby format The Home Run Derby has undergone several changes the last few years, which have livened up the event. There's no denying the Derby had become a bit stale. Here are the new rules:
Each contestant gets three minutes in the first and second rounds to hit as many home runs as he can. Contestants in the finals, or the third round, get two minutes. Each contestant gets a bonus of 30 seconds at the end of each regulation period, and can earn another 30 seconds if he hits at least one home run 440 feet. Each contestant gets one 45-second time out during each regulation period. Time outs can not be called during bonus time. Any round ending in a tie will be decided by a 60-second "swing off" with no time outs or bonus time. If there is still a tie after that, there will be successive three-swing "swing offs" until the tie is broken. There is a $2.5 million prize pool. The Home Run Derby champion gets a cool $1 million. Home Run Derby odds According to Caesars Sportsbook, Alonso is the favorite to take home that elusive third Home Run Derby title. Here are the full odds for Monday's showdown:
Pete Alonso: +300 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.: +375 Julio Rodríguez: +500 Luis Robert Jr.: +550 Adolis García: +700 Randy Arozarena: +900 Mookie Betts: +1000 Adley Rutschman: +1400