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MLB Home Run Derby: Prince Fielder Wins 2nd Derby

Prince Fielder joined Ken Griffey, Jr. as the only other two-time winner of the Home Run Derby on Tuesday night. Fielder stole the show over the final two rounds to become the first player to ever win the Derby as a member of both the American and National League. Fielder just barely made it out of the first round, golfing one out to advance with five homers. He would eventually face off against Jose Bautista in the finals and would continue raking into the right field bleachers, matching the longest blast of the night with a 476 footer.

Andrew McCutchen, who filled in for Miami's Giancarlo Stanton, did not make it out of the first round after hitting just four homers. Complete results of the 2012 Derby below:

Final Round

Prince Fielder 12
Jose Bautista 7

Two-Round Totals

Prince Fielder 16
Jose Bautista 13
Mark Trumbo 13
Carlos Beltran 12

First Round

Jose Bautista 11
Carlos Beltran 7
Mark Trumbo 7
Prince Fielder 5
Carlos Gonzalez 4
Andrew McCutchen 4
Matt Kemp 1
Robinson Cano 0

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