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Speaker 1: Ladies and gentlemen.
Boys and girls.
Welcome.
Speaker 2: To the 2010 State
Farm Home Run Derby from Angel
Stadium in Anaheim California.
It is our privil
To welcome viewers from all
around the United States.
From Canada.
Speaker 1: From Mexico.
world.
As we televised live here on
ESPN.
Okay.
This is your chance to show
everybody that when it comes to
home runs.
You are far from being laid
back.
loud and clear.
From Angel Stadium all the way
to the heavens.
And please give a big welcome to
our eight contestants.
This afternoon slash this
evening.
Speaker 2: Will be the center
Diamondbacks.
runs.
Chris.
The first banner from the
American League got off to a
Toronto Blue Jays.
The center fielder has 19 home
runs Vernon Wells.
Speaker 2: Last year a Brewer
won it.
Speaker 1: It was Prince Fielder
will it be two straight years
for a Milwaukee Brewers.
The right fielder his last wing
a walk off homer yesterday from
Milwaukee.
He's got twenty one of them.
Corey Hart you know he leads the
league in fun and pies in the
face and maybe tonight's his
night 15 homers.
Right fielder from the New York
Yankees Nick.
Sure sure.
He can hit long ball.
This left fielder for the St.
Louis Cardinals.
He's warming up like summer in
St. Louis is Matt Holliday he
leads the league and he smiles
the heart and soul of the Boston
Red Sox coming on just like he
said.
The first baseman.
With 18 homers Big Papi David
De.
He's a young man only 26 but his
third straight charted shortstop
for the National League from the
Florida Marlins 13 things Hanley
Ramirez.
And could we possibly have a
Triple Crown.
He leads the American League in
batting average.
He leads the American League in
RBI.
He's second in homers with 22.
He won a World Series when he
was only 20.
Now the first baseman for the
Detroit Tigers Miguel Tupper.
So there they are ladies and
gentlemen your eight contestants
tonight.
And here are three compatriots
this evening here on our State
Farm Home Run Derby on Christmas
could pharmacologically with us.
as always Joe Morgan and he
managed the Rangers.
He managed the Mets but we don't
remember him from that.
We remember him from this.
Speaker 1: BLOCK.
Get him a youngster.
Once upon a time in California
Angel couple of stints Bobby
Valentine Dwight say welcome
home great.
It's great to be home.
First time in the new big day
here at Anaheim It's a beautiful
ballpark.
Home Run Derby.
here.
through a lot of.
We had Alex Rodriguez.
We've had might be OK.
Speaker 1: Yeah we've had some
here.
in great company with you too.
I'm honored to be here.
Speaker 2: Doesn't matter who is
I'm honored to be here.
going to put on a show someone
for a couple of players always
put on a show and it's not the
names that you normally think
about often.
So that being said put you on
the spot.
Joe what's your pick.
introductions and the best one
was from the gal Cabrera.
And I'm a go with Miguel
Cabrera.
Even though the last four out of
five homerun winners Derby
winners were left handed hitters
and I think left handed hitters
have an advantage in this
ballpark.
have an advantage in this
they're going to beat him.
Speaker 1: There is a little
advantage going out there and I
feel that I'm going to take
Tuesday or tease it because he
is the man.
He is ready to go and he would.
Speaker 2: Tony Payne you said
that Ortiz is going to be the
man.
I'm with him because Tony you
throw into him.
Speaker 1: Well I think it's
great that he is the Big Poppy
is in this 5 4 2 National League
or and it gets holiday.
Speaker 2: But I'm going to go
somewhere to go with the
I'm going on a long shot.
OK.
Speaker 1: What do you think.
We don't want any one of them
can win.
Graham he's out there.
Oh it's open.
Oh man.
Speaker 2: These are the best of
the best.
with it.
Speaker 1: Well we'll try it.
kick back relax and enjoy it.
Now in case you have forgotten.
So.
These ceremonial first pitch
we'll get to the rules and stuff
shortly.
But once upon a time this ban in
1989 the last time we had an all
star game here at the big day
leading off against Rick
rational blow Jack Ball knows a
long ball.
Under the tarp.
Speaker 2: Hit Centerfield way
box followed with a homer.
First time the NHL won back to
back All-Star games fifty seven
fifty eight.
.
Memory of the past.
And a reminder.
Of what a great.
Town.
Bo Jackson.
Was.
He'll throw out.
First pitch.
And.
Hitting the ball up for him.
Will be John Simmons State Farm
agent from Hamburg California.
Where.
Speaker 1: He could have pitch.
Hi guys.
Bill got some heat.
Speaker 2: He good pitch foul
right if you're just joining us
for the first time.
you forget the rules.
Here's a reminder.
Each player gets 10 outs in
every round swings that don't
produce home runs or outs top
four homerun totals at fans.
Now the totals carry over.
From round one.
In the round to where the same
rules 10 outs swing that doesn't
produce a homerun that's an out.
Top to homerun totals can
advance and.
Then we go to the championship
rounds we race every day.
We do not carry over from the
second round the player with the
highest total.
Who is.
Your winner higher dimensions.
The two lines left in right here
at the big a 330.
You got a call back from the old
days left center three eighty
seven Centerfield 400 feet right
center 370 feet right field line
330.
After nine outs the golf ball is
in play every golf ball home
over seventeen thousand
donation.
From both State Farm and MLB
combined state farm also
donating three thousand dollars
for every non golf ball
homework.
As well.
Seventeen thousand base
seventeen thousand State Farm
agents in the U.S. and Canada.
Well you've seen the three of
us.
Well you've seen the three of
little pomp and circumstance to
the proceeding shall we.
We'll welcome our compatriot
Erin Andrews.
Erin good afternoon.
Good afternoon Chris.
Thanks so much.
the local Boys and Girls Club
then each one of them is going
to be paired up.
With money from the Derby.
Now the one that is paired with
the winner of that is a fifty
thousand dollar prize.
Speaker 2: The other seven
handed they'll earn their club a
ten thousand dollar prize all
courtesy of State Farm.
Thank you sir.
And look forward to you talking
with all the players tonight.
Speaker 1: The all stars go to
going to bat for you fans blog
under State Farm dot com go to
bat to choose your favorite
charity from a preselected list
starting Thursday through the
charity from a preselected list
Farm a randomly select one
winner that person receives a
trip for two to the 2010 World
Series State Farm will also
donate to the charity you pick
one hundred dollars for every
Homer hit in the Major Leagues
that week based on home run
averages this could be
approximately twenty thousand
dollars a week charity with the
greatest number of entries at
the end of the program will
receive an additional twenty
five thousand dollars head
season end.
This is the 2010 State Farm Home
Run Derby.
Chris Berman Joe Morgan Bobby
Valentine Erin Andrews and let's
again take a look at tonight's
batting order presented by Taco
Bell.
Leading off will be Chris Young.
Vernon Wells hitting second.
Corey our third.
Nick Swisher fourth clean up if
you will man.
Holiday.
David Ortiz and clean up for the
National League Hanley Ramirez
cleanup of the American League
the Triple Crown hopeful.
Miguel Cabrera.
Powers are Taco Bell starting
lineup.
Valerie kind of coming in a
little later a beautiful warmer
than expected day here in
southern California though it is
than expected day here in
having fun and warm California
sun Cabrera and Ortiz two of the
best stories this year in
baseball comebacks.
Speaker 2: In different ways.
Speaker 1: Your quote finish
what you said.
I'll show them and here he is.
Miguel Cabrera who had the rough
personal last week when the
Tigers needed most.
They fell out of the playoffs.
He went through.
Rehab himself this offseason.
He's a much better person.
We could see what kind of player
he is.
comeback story.
The best stories and not only
the home run derby but also the
All-Star game show.
Speaker 1: Well when you look at
Miguel Cabrera he has been one
of the best hitters in the game
He came up at an early age and
played and helped more to win
the World Championship and he's
played and helped more to win
In fact I picked him to be the
most viable player in the
American League last year
most viable player in the
to spring training he was in
such great shape.
I felt like he would have a
fabulous year he did have a
I felt like he would have a
But he's doing better this year
he's playing much better this
year and Ortiz Bobby is coming
back as well.
Speaker 2: Absolutely.
David Ortiz nick his middle name
is Jose I hope he's dead now.
It's just a fabulous human
being.
It's just a fabulous human
stuff thrown out.
I mean he was booed.
He was pronounced dead but he
has resurrected his his life in
his career up in Boston.
That team has relied upon him
and he has answered the call.
You've got to love David Ortiz
and the Boston Red Sox the way
they come back from all these
Some of the stories we'll be
talking about tonight and also
tomorrow at the All Star Game we
laid off where the young man.
That's not as well known as
David Ortiz or even Miguel
Cabrera.
And we'll be Chris Young.
26 year old and his fourth full
season 15 homers 61 RBI to 66
for the Arizona Diamondbacks a
young man who was he chose you.
You don't have to be a heralded.
He was a 16th round pick in 2001
by the White Sox.
Young man from Houston.
Here he is.
Speaker 2: Police have it a
really big year.
He loves to play the game.
He could run them down and I
think as John Kruk says he might
have that that lean and mean to
that body.
He might be able to go deep a
few times even though it's 17
feet deeper I believe out there
and left center field.
Three hunters that really tough
him right handers.
Definitely but that's all right.
My God a beer will make it look
small.
He makes every park look small.
So we're underway into his day
farm home run derby for 2010.
Speaker 1: Young having Sydneys
Holland pitch to him.
And let's see if he can get off
to a good start.
Speaker 2: That's the key for a
young guy with someone who was
in this for the first band
getting off to a good start.
Getting that first home run out
of a fifth and.
Then you.
easier.
Speaker 1: And getting used to
easier.
I guess go you know getting a
rhythm.
So it's not rushing and it's not
rushing his swing or the ball
not making it.
Speaker 2: But I liked that he
just getting into it because
look all star game the
surroundings you're leading off
pretty difficult didn't it.
I mean it's a lot of butterflies
kind of.
Speaker 1: I think you have to
have the adrenaline's going.
Your knees are shaking and he
gets off to a good start.
And census one back in the.
Chris Young he's on the board.
And you see him Payton himself
that.
He.
Got that first and that's the
one I'm looking for.
It's not going to be you know
Now.
You know Sal he's ready in 0 7
he was the first rookie to have
a 30 Homer twenty five stolen
base season so.
Speaker 2: I don't Ana you
He got into this one a little
bit.
So.
We'll.
Member any ball.
Swung on.
That doesn't go into the park.
It is an.
Was.
they know him.
Well that one's ripped but that
will.
Not get out of there to home
runs against the Cubs.
LDS for Arizona to help.
Arizona advance that's going to
be foul.
So very quickly.
Five outs Chris Young you get
10.
And.
Now need to slow down and I
think that's what you're doing.
Take a couple of pitches and.
Find your rhythm.
Speaker 1: Because you're coming
Mike right.
I mean to slow down.
Yes.
B.B. pitcher.
Believe me.
too.
You don't usually throw a V.P.
with every when it hits the
Haiti of watchin and all.
All the money on the one.
Hand.
Speaker 2: Man everyone in so
mean some BP you want to give
him the tough curveballs on the
outside corner right Bobby.
Speaker 1: Well you usually laid
what I expect.
You know what guys to feel good
because they could go into a
slump in a hurry.
Yeah.
You know what's interesting
run derby.
The last round of batting
practice most teams players play
home run derby that last.
Round.
But now they've got to do it on
a big stage.
Big states no smoke cage round.
I think that really makes a big
difference.
You know use the hit batting
practice.
Speaker 2: Now you're standing
You don't have the helmet on
either.
Oh he just got underneath that
He's got to get moving.
He's got three outs to deal with
though.
To get Heidi the low ball hitter
he's making all those high
balls.
He knows what he's doing.
Ernie.
Still patient enough I like
that.
Chris.
All right.
All.
Speaker 1: Right.
Ball is in there now so maybe
this is when he sees the golf
ball better John.
Speaker 2: We'll see.
There you see Vernon Wells
mentally preparing himself for
that.
BALL OF WHERE.
The ball is burning.
Gold.
In.
homer.
He's down to your final out.
And.
Speaker 1: He's underneath that.
Well I got one.
Speaker 2: So Chris Young and
the Arizona Diamondbacks gave it
a shot these couple of days will
certainly be a big throw for
him.
He wanted to do a little better
but.
He was entity gave it a shot.
Not me.
Speaker 1: Pitching his own this
season hasn't the guy so maybe
even in batting practice getting
the same way.
We'll go chronologically how
good as you follow him and who
has been 15 and one good year.
Not to mention no hitter first
one in Rockies history from 70
Dallas Braden.
Get off of my mound perfect
game.
Roy Halladay.
Perfect game.
in any imperfect game Armando
Galarraga had it.
We all know what happened.
The bottom line is you don't see
one of these a perfect game once
every blue moon.
rly last year two perfect
games this year almost three.
Tell us it's a pitching season
what's happening Joe.
Speaker 2: Well I actually
hitters had an advantage using
the video and watching how to
pitch a fit for them.
the video and watching how to
pitchers are making better use
of video now and finding the
hitters weaknesses and it seems
like everyone has a game plan
when they walk out on the mound.
Speaker 1: Now I couldn't agree
with you more Joe and I think
you're throwing more pitches now
and I think the information is
getting to the pitchers a little
more than the hitters say they
have more time to study as you
say in the video but also study
their own mechanic.
Speaker 2: So they're throwing
the ball extremely well.
96 is is kind of regular.
Here comes Vernon Wells.
Now.
He got off to a big start for
the Blue Jays and will this
carry enough.
You mean an hour before I asked
him who's going to pitch.
which is not what I wanted to
hear on my selection.
So very quick two outs Vernon is
a one of a quiet player in
Toronto.
a one of a quiet player in
this year.
Third time an all yes I bought.
His.
Way back to.
Get out.
Well this one.
Will.
Might have had a videotape
replay see where.
We got one.
No replay we've got one at 360
one young man from high school.
With the high school in
Back in 1997.
His dad was a wide receiver for
the CFL Calgary Stampeders
absolutely fabulous athlete can
run can run them down in the
outfield at one of the greatest
sports artists in our country.
That wonderful job his dad does
portraits and sports.
Sports art.
But I'm hoping that his son can
be a home run artist.
So far only one and that it
looks like he's under that.
A little too m
It's.
Happening fast up here already
six hours it seems like not even
his patient is the youngster
young.
It is the year of the pitcher
well.
Maybe.
I'll stick with Graham McDowell.
He may have a better chance.
Vernon's going out of here
quickly.
Well again this was not guys
their first time in this.
Home Run Derby.
And I think they're getting a
little excited just a little.
Slower and they're ready to hit.
That line and get back back back
back back back.
Hey.
I think.
So I can still do something's
got to the leader in the
clubhouse.
Note that the average home run
in the major league this year is
three hundred and ninety six
feet nine inches.
I meant's those some long
ball.
Yes that's.
That's a big fly.
Ball ball is in with one out to
go Vernon Wells.
Looks like a great.
One.
Right.
Loses.
It now.
That's the big area this
ballpark left center field.
So Vernon got to.
All.
My ball he had.
Three.
Long when that one was for 28.
Norma and I said the average
home run is 3 9 6 and that was
for 28 for Vernon.
Speaker 1: He wasn't patient
he's only 18 pitches.
I mean.
Speaker 2: You know and like him
Joe West.
We love Joe.
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Speaker 2: On how we look in
But we did get an interesting
look pretty good in here and you
got kind of like the lone angel
over there.
Speaker 1: The loan into the
lone angel tree hunter that told
this entire ballpark that you
wanted David Ortiz to win.
The guy just got booed during
introductions.
Poppy when.
Speaker 2: Oh well definitely
because of the boards.
But I know that it's hard for
writing to really hit home runs
and I really want somebody from
American league to win us or.
Have the big David Ortiz and
he's one of my favorite
teammates of all time.
And I'll sign it we're still
buddies we're like brothers.
And I'll sign it we're still
The key.
Speaker 1: Hitting a bombing is
safe.
Hitting the ball out of his is.
The key is.
Swing hard.
Just in case you hit it out at
lot of writers and for the
players that play here the is as
lot of writers and for the
You got the marine layer thick
air at night as a little cool.
Sort of bottom floor.
So whenever we play a day game
everybody is swinging for the
fences.
fly.
But at night no.
Speaker 2: I know Poppy's God
Thanks to her.
for him.
Yeah because our Robin he knows.
Thanks I appreciate it.
Hunter.
Who can play center field with
the face of a Mrs. Corey Hart.
Thank you.
Corey Hart No.
He draws his on the board.
So they're talking about
teammates.
For those who forget a poppy
once upon a time it's win
obviously.
Biggest mistake sorry Hunter
made letting him leave.
The.
Speaker 1: Market.
Corey Hart.
You got to have heart.
Prince Fielder one of the last
year brewers you probably gave
the good vibes to him.
Corey you won a game in the
against Pittsburgh with a
homerun for the Brewers and
obviously he's taking that swing
to hard.
Speaker 2: And he's doing it to
Fallon Well what he's doing is
keeping his rhythm by staying in
the right center.
Back through the middle and he's
not pulling off.
Corey Hardy.
Kentucky is pulling him out of
here.
When Albert Pujols was at his
best in the Home Run Derby he
was hitting ball at the right
center that keeps you on the
ball a little bit longer and you
can get the bug and deeper in
batting practice.
can get the bug and deeper in
in a groove.
So yes one bad.
Heaven forbid he made it out.
Corey got that ball you know two
years ago.
He was the last man in here with
twenty one home runs among the
major league leaders.
Well.
Speaker 1: Just missed it.
We talked about 30 miles just at
a moment ago.
His.
Corey saw his son.
His dad was a great softball
player if I would.
Corey says he said I watched him
yet.
Well.
Not different hitting the
softball to hit.
Number three.
Corey Hart with six homers just
three outs Sandy Guerrero the
hitting coach for the Nashville
Sounders.
Pitching to Corey 6 foot 6 Yes
and this one is quite frank back
back back back back back.
Speaker 2: I really liked the
get sad and not rushing him at
all they have a really good
career that's going room four
outs and plenty to go.
Speaker 1: You came up there and
was doing Joe but definitely by
staying back to the middle he
got his rhythm.
staying back to the middle he
Does this have enough just to
get.
Speaker 2: Things some of them
Man there's a little breeze
going Joe but not much really
good.
So much for that marine layer
homeboys.
Speaker 1: Sitting in the
shadows.
This one is.
64.
La.
Didn't I say.
I think Cory heard at the
beginning of the show.
I I said or.
10 homers for three hard.
Speaker 2: Eleven.
Then.
He's pretty soon peppering the
five and.
I think he's g
It he's got a chance to get it
get to the ground.
He's always someone that puts on
a show that you don't.
Speaker 1: Really anticipate
coming into the park.
Speaker 2: Well you know he's
home so there is a little
anticipation isn't there.
Yeah.
Speaker 1: Well homers it
doesn't.
Do we have a baker's dozen.
Out number six.