Los Angeles Angels slugger Albert Pujols beat Cubs rookie Kris Bryant in the Home Run Derby with a homer as time expired.
One of the wrinkles created by the new Home Run Derby format is the potential for buzzer-beaters, which is just what we got in the final first-round matchup of the night.
With just seconds remaining, Pujols had time for one more swing and made it count. He belted a long fly ball to deep leftfield, 427 feet from the plate and advanced to face crosstown rival Joc Pederson in the semifinals.
- Dan Gartland