How to watch the 2016 Home Run Derby: Time, TV, live stream
The 2016 MLB Home Run Derby takes place on Monday at San Diego’s Petco Park.
The derby is a bracket–style competition, with eight total competitors. Mark Trumbo (Orioles) and Corey Seager (Dodgers) will face off in the first round, along with Robinson Cano (Mariners) and Giancarlo Stanton (Marlins). On the other side of the bracket, Adam Duvall (Reds) will play Wil Myers (Padres), and Todd Frazier (White Sox) will face Carlos Gonzalez (Rockies).
Frazier won the competition last year as a member of the Reds.
See how to watch Monday’s competition below.
How to watch
When: 8 p.m. ET
Live stream: Watch the Home Run Derby online here.
2015: Todd Frazier, Reds
2014: Yoenis Cespedes, Athletics
2013: Yoenis Cespedes, Athletics (New York, Citi Field)
2012: Prince Fielder, Tigers
2011: Robinson Cano, Yankees
2010: David Ortiz, Red Sox
2009: Prince Fielder, Brewers
2008: Justin Morneau, Twins
2007: Vladimir Guerrero, Angels
2006: Ryan Howard, Phillies
2005: Bobby Abreu, Phillies
2004: Miguel Tejada, Orioles
2003: Garret Anderson, Angels
2002: Jason Giambi, Yankees
2001: Luis Gonzalez, Diamondbacks
2000: Sammy Sosa, Cubs
1999: Ken Griffey Jr., Mariners
1998: Ken Griffey Jr., Mariners
1997: Tino Martinez, Yankees
1996: Barry Bonds, Giants
1995: Frank Thomas, White Sox
1994: Ken Griffey Jr., Mariners
1993: Juan Gonzalez, Rangers
1992: Mark McGwire, Athletics
1991: Cal Ripken, Orioles
1990: Ryne Sandberg, Cubs
1989: Ruben Sierra, Rangers
1988: Rained out
1987: Andre Dawson, Cubs
1986: Wally Joyner, Angels and Darryl Strawberry, Mets
1985: Dave Parker, Reds