Since the Home Run Derby began 31 years ago, there have been many memorable moments—including Ken Griffey Jr.'s repeated dominance in the '90s, Josh Hamilton’s famous 28-homer first-round in 2008, and Todd Frazier's hometown heroics in 2015's newly implemented timed rounds.
Matt Ryan became just the 17th quarterback in NFL history to pass for over 500 yards in a single game, throwing for a team-record 503 yards and four touchdowns in Atlanta's 48-33 win over Carolina on Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016. Only Drew Brees and Ben Roethlisberger have achieved the feat twice. From "Matty Ice" in 2016 to Norm Van Brocklin in 1951, here are the NFL's 500-yard passers.
Blue Jays star Vladimir Guerrero Jr. broke the Home Run Derby record for most home runs in a single round, hitting 29 dingers in the first round Monday night. Guerrero finished with 91 home runs, losing to Pete Alonso in the final who won the Derby. His 91 homers are a new single derby record, surpassing Giancarlo Stanton's 61 from 2016.