MLB Home Run Derby Winners

The Home Run Derby has been a part of MLB's All-Star break since 1985, and it has seen some monumental moments from winners and non-winners alike.

This database tracks the winner from each year's derby, along with a few other interesting tidbits about the winner's season.
Showing 31 records
Year Winner Bats Team Stadium Round 1 Round 2 Final Total Long Pitcher HRs before break HRs after break Runner-up Total Note
2013  Yoenis Cespedes R Oakland Athletics Citi Field 17 6 9 32 456 Mike Gallego 15 - Bryce Harper 24 Cespedes was not named an All-Star.
2012  Prince Fielder L Detroit Tigers Kauffman Stadium 5 11 12 28 476 Sandy Guerrero 15 15 Jose Bautista 20 -
2011  Robinson Cano L New York Yankees Chase Field 8 12 12 32 472 Jose Cano 15 13 Adrian Gonzalez 31 -
2010  David Ortiz L Boston Red Sox Angel Stadium 8 13 11 32 - Tony Pena 18 14 Hanley Ramirez 26 -
2009  Prince Fielder L Milwaukee Brewers Busch Stadium 11 6 6 23 503 Sandy Guerrero 22 24 Nelson Cruz 21 -
2008  Justin Morneau L Minnesota Twins Yankee Stadium 8 9 5 22 512 Joe Vavra 14 9 Josh Hamilton 35 -
2007  Vladimir Guerrero R Los Angeles Angels AT&T Park 5 9 3 17 503 Dino Ebel 14 13 Alex Rios 19 -
2006  Ryan Howard L Philadelphia Phillies PNC Park 8 10 5 23 - Ramon Henderson 28 30 David Wright 22 -
2005  Bobby Abreu L Philadelphia Phillies Comerica Park 24 6 11 41 517 Ramon Henderson 18 6 Ivan Rodriguez 20 Players represented countries. Abreu represented Venezuela.
2004  Miguel Tejada R Baltimore Orioles Minute Maid Park 7 15 5 27 497 Tony Pena 15 19 Lance Berkman 21 -
2003  Garret Anderson L Los Angeles Angels U.S. Cellular Field 7 6 9 22 430 Dave Valle 21 8 Albert Pujols 26 -
2002  Jason Giambi L New York Yankees Miller Park 11 6 7 24 488 Willie Randolph 22 19 Sammy Sosa 18 -
2001  Luis Gonzalez L Arizona Diamondbacks Safeco Field 5 5 6 16 440 Jeff Motuzas 35 22 Sammy Sosa 13 -
2000  Sammy Sosa R Chicago Cubs Turner Field 6 11 9 26 508 Chino Cadahia 23 27 Ken Griffey Jr. 11 -
1999  Ken Griffey Jr. L Seattle Mariners Fenway Park 3 10 3 16 - Clint Hurdle 29 19 Jeromy Burnitz 14 -
1998  Ken Griffey Jr. L Seattle Mariners Coors Field 8 8 3 19 - - 35 21 Jim Thome 17 -
1997  Tino Martinez L New York Yankees Jacobs Field 5 8 3 16 436 - 28 16 Larry Walker 19 -
1996  Barry Bonds L San Francisco Giants Veterans Stadium 4 10 3 17 451 Joe Rigoli/Dave Cash 23 19 Mark McGwire 15 -
1995  Frank Thomas R Chicago White Sox The Ballpark in Arlington 8 4 3 15 470 Tom Brown 21 19 Albert Belle 16 Innings instead of rounds
1994  Ken Griffey Jr. L Seattle Mariners Three Rivers Stadium - - - 7 512 Rich Donnelly 33 7 Fred McGriff 5 Innings instead of rounds
1993  Juan Gonzalez R Texas Rangers Camden Yards - - - 7 470 - 23 23 Ken Griffey Jr. 7 Innings instead of rounds. Gonzalez won in playoff
1992  Mark McGwire R Oakland Athletics Jack Murphy Stadium - - - 12 - - 28 14 Ken Griffey Jr. 7 Innings instead of rounds
1991  Cal Ripken Jr. R Baltimore Orioles The SkyDome - - - 12 - - 18 16 Paul O'Neill 5 Innings instead of rounds
1990  Ryne Sandberg R Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field - - - 3 - - 24 16 Mark McGwire/Matt Williams 1 Innings instead of rounds
1989  Eric Davis R Cincinnati Reds Anaheim Stadium - - - 3 - - 16 18 - - Innings instead of rounds. Co-winners
1989  Ruben Sierra S Texas Rangers - - - - 3 - - 14 15 - - Innings instead of rounds. Co-winners
1988 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Canceled due to rain
1987  Andre Dawson R Chicago Cubs The Coliseum - - - 4 - - 24 25 Ozzie Virgil 2 Innings instead of rounds
1986  Darryl Strawberry L New York Mets The Astrodome - - - 4 - - 13 14 - - Innings instead of rounds. Co-winners
1986  Wally Joyner L Los Angeles Angels - - - - 4 - - 20 2 - - Innings instead of rounds. Co-winners
1985  Dave Parker L Cincinnati Reds The Metrodome - - - 6 - - 16 18 Five players 4 Innings instead of rounds
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