the

EVERY Home Run Derby Winner - Where Are They Now?

the first MLB home run derby took place

in 1985

now we've seen 31 different players win

it so what exactly happened to all these

guys where are they now well in today's

video you're gonna find out exactly what

happened to every single home run derby

winner and where they are now this video

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first ever homerun Derby winner Dave

Parker Dave Parker won the home run

derby in 1985 he was an all-star season

as well for him Andy finished second in

MVP voting Parker would end up playing

for the Pirates Reds A's Brewers Angels

and Blue Jays throughout his career he

made seven all-star teams he won three

Gold Gloves three silver sluggers he was

the RBI leader in 1985 and he also made

the Reds Hall of Fame Dave Parker also

had a bit of a cocaine issue similar to

a lot of players in the 80s and his

19-year career played 2466 games which

accumulated 2,700 hits 339 home runs and

1493 RBIs stealing 154 bases he had 290

with a 339 on-base percentage 471

slugging and 810 o-p-s in 1986 we had a

tie in the home run derby so we'll start

off with Darryl Strawberry of the New

York Mets strawberry would end up

playing for the Mets Dodgers Giants and

Yankees throughout his career he was an

eight-time all-star four-time World

Series champion two-time Silver Slugger

and he's also in the Mets Hall of Fame

as the years went on for Darrel his

career got worse and worse he tested

positive for cocaine in 1995 and was

suspended he's been battling health and

legal issues currently in his life right

now he's also a published author and

continues to make public appearances at

a variety of events in strawberry's

17-year career he finished with 1400

hits 256 doubles 335 homeruns 1000 RBIs

right on the dot and 221 stolen bases he

ended up with a 259 average 357 on-base

5:05 slugging to give an Opie S at 862

the second winner was wally joyner of

the California Angels Joyner would play

for the Angels Royals Padres and Braves

throughout his career 1986 was his

rookie year and it would also be his

only all-star appearance later on in the

season in 1986 a knife was actually

thrown at him during a game versus the

Yankees classic Yankee fans and he would

end up losing the Rookie of the Year to

Jose Kinte

that season in 2005 wally joyner

admitted to briefly using steroids

during his career through the help of

Padres teammate and known steroid user

Ken Caminiti after baseball he's worked

multiple jobs as a coach with

organizations in a 16 year MLB career he

finished with just under 21 hundred hits

204 homeruns 409 doubles 1106 RBIs a 289

average 362 on-base 440 slugging in an

802 o-p-s the 1987 homerun Derby winner

was Andre Dawson Dawson played for the

Expos Cubs Red Sox and Marlins through

his 21 year career he made eight

all-star teams won an MVP in 1987 which

was also the year he won the home run

derby eight time Gold Glove her four

time Silver Slugger he was also the home

run leader in 1987 as well as the nlrb

eye leader he's had his number 10

retired by the Expos and now Nationals

and he became a member of the Baseball

Hall of Fame back in 2010 Dawson

finished his crew with 2774 hits 503

doubles 98 triples 438 home runs and

just under 16 hundred RBIs with 314

stolen bases a 279 average 323 on-base

482 slugging in 806 o-p-s the 1988

homerun Derby was canceled due to rain

so the next one was 1989 in which Ruben

Sierra and Eric Davis were Co champions

so let's get a start with Ruben Sierra

Ruben Sierra played for the Rangers Hays

Yankees Tigers Reds Blue Jays white sox

mariners twins almost every team who was

a four-time all-star 89 91 92 and 94 he

also won the Silver Slugger in 89 and

was the AL RBI leader in 1989 he's also

a member of the Texas Rangers Hall of

Fame in his 20-year career he finished

with 2150 two hits 428 doubles 306 home

runs and 1320 two RBIs and he finished

with the 268 average 315 on base 450

slugging and a 765 o-p-s and then the

other co champion was Eric Davis who

played for the Reds Dodgers Tigers

Orioles Cardinals and Giants he was a

two-time all-star World Series champion

1990 he won three gold glove x' two

silver sluggers and the Roberto Clemente

award in 1997 1997 was also an

interesting year for Eric Davis who was

diagnosed with cancer and would end up

playing that season hitting a walk-off

while going through treatment in the

1997 ALCS he was inducted into the Reds

Hall of Fame and is currently a hitting

instructor in Florida in a 17-year

career Eric Davis had 1430 hits he

finished with 282 homeruns 934 RBIs with

349 stolen bases his batting averages

to 69 I'm based at 359 slugging at 42 to

give an O PS at 841 for his career

breaking into the 90s now starting it

off with Ryan Sandberg who won the 1990

Home Run Derby Sandberg would play with

the Phillies and Cubs throughout his

career making 10 all-star teams and

winning the MVP in 1984 he was a nine

time gold Glover seven-time Silver

Slugger Award winner he led the National

League in home runs in 1990 has his

number 23 retired by the Cubs he's also

a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame

Sandberg got a manager job in 2013 with

the Philadelphia Phillies and lasts

until 2015 and 16 season to play

Sandberg had 2386 hits 403 doubles 76

triples 282 home runs to go along with

1000 61 RBIs and 344 stolen bases his

career average was 285 with a 344

on-base 4:52 slugging and a 795 o-p-s

the 1991 homerun Derby was won by Cal

Ripken jr. not someone you think of as a

home run hitter he obviously only played

for the Orioles in his career 19 time

all-star the 1983 World Series champion

who's a two-time AL MVP and 83 and 91

Rookie of the Year in the prior year at

1982 two-time gold Glover eight times

Silver Slugger he won the Clemente award

in 1992 he has the record for most

consecutive games played at 2632 his

number eight years retired by the

Orioles he's a part of their Hall of

Fame as well as the Baseball Hall of

Fame he made the MLB all century team as

one of the best shortstop of all time

and currently he's an author and

business investor in 21 years of playing

he played just over 3,000 games 3184

hits 600 doubles 431 home runs 1695 RBIs

hit 276 with the 340 on-base 447

slugging to him an O PS at 788 in 1992

the MLB homerun Derby winner was Mark

McGwire and we start to get really into

the homerun hitters now McGwire played

for the A's and Cardinals throughout his

career accumulating 12 all-star game

appearances as well as winning one World

Series championship in 1989 he was the

AL Rookie of the Year in 1987 a gold

Glover in 1990 he was the home run

leader five times as well as a National

League RBI later in 1999 he's made the

Cardinals Hall of Fame not the Baseball

Hall of Fame because while steroids he

admitted to using steroids in 2010 he

broke Roger Maris's home run record

originally before shattered by Barry

Bonds he made the MLB all century team

so yes he would have made the Hall of

Fame if it wasn't for admitting to using

steroids and after playing he's coached

for the Cardinals Dodgers and Padres and

16 seasons of play Mark McGwire had 1626

hits 583 home runs

1,400 RBIs yet a 263 batting average 394

on-base 588 slug me to give him a career

Oh PS at 982 Juan Gonzales was the 1993

home run derby winner he would end up

playing for the Rangers Tigers Indians

and Royals throughout his career he was

a three-time all-star two-time AL MVP

six-time Silver Slugger and he also led

the American League in home runs twice

Juan Gonzales is a member of the Rangers

Hall of Fame but similar to Mark McGwire

not a member of the Baseball Hall of

Fame Juan Gonzales his name is connected

to steroid allegations opposed I can't

say Co has accused him of using it being

the person who introduced him to him but

to Juan Gonzales his credit he's never

admitted to it and it's never been

proved most recently Juan Gonzales was a

coach for team Puerto Rico in the World

Baseball Classic in 17 years of play

Juan Gonzalez finished with just under

2,000 hits at 1936 yeah 388 doubles 434

home runs and 1400 RBIs his career

batting average was 295 with a 343

on-base 561 slugging and a 904 career

o-p-s in 1994 Ken Griffey won his first

of three home run derby championships

who would end up winning in 98 and 99 as

well Murphy of course played for the

Mariners reds and white sox he was a 13

time all-star the AL MVP in 1997 10 time

Gold Glove for seven-time Silver Slugger

he won the comeback player of the year

in 2005 four-time American League home

run leader he also led the league in

RBIs in 97 his number 24 is retired by

the Mariners and obviously he's in the

Mariners and Reds Hall of Fame he's also

a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame

making it on his first bout receiving

99.3% of the votes he also made the MLB

all century team in 22 seasons Griffin

finished with 2781 hits 524 doubles 630

home runs and 1836 RBIs along with 184

stolen bases a career average at 284

on-base at 370 slugging at 538 and o-p-s

at 907 moving on to 1995 the champion of

that homerun Derby was Frank Thomas the

big hurt Frank Thomas would play for the

White Sox eighth and Blue Jays in his

career making five all-star teams and

winning the MVP twice for the American

League 93 and 94 he was a four-time

Silver Slugger as well as an al batting

champ in 1997 his number 35 is retired

by the White Sox and he's also a member

of the Baseball Hall of Fame Frank

Thomas is one of the few players that

played during the steroid era that no

one ever had a suspicion of peds or

allegations right now Frank Thomas is an

analyst on MLB for Fox and you can

constantly see him in new genex

commercials to boost that testosterone

in nineteen years of major league

baseball Frank Thomas finished with two

468 hits 495 doubles 521 homers 1,700

RBIs he hit 301 with a 419 on base 555

slugging do you have a no PS and 974 for

his career in 1996 the greatest player

of all time won the home run derby

that's Barry Bonds he played for the

Pirates and Giants throughout his career

14 time all-star

seven-time National League MVP the most

ever he want a cold gloves along with 12

silver sluggers throughout his career he

was a three-time nationally Hank Aaron

award winner 2-time NL batting champ

two-time home run leader his number 25

was retired by the Giants last season

and he's also a part of the Giants wall

of fame he's not a member of the

Baseball Hall of Fame because

unfortunately Barry Bonds his name is

surrounded by steroid allegations he was

a part of the Valco scandal he was

indicted on perjury and obstruction of

justice charges in 2007 he also did not

sign with the MLBPA licensing agreement

which is one of the reasons why you saw

him as John Dowd an MVP Baseball and

Reggie stocker and will be the show

Bonds career numbers are video game-like

and 22 seasons bonds finished with 2935

hits 601 doubles 77 triples and 760 two

home runs along with 1996 RBIs and 514

soem bases the only member of the 500

500 club he also walked 2550 eight times

faced with the 298 batting average for

44 on-base 607 slugging to give him a

career o-p-s at 10:51

in 1997 Tino Martinez ended up winning

the home run derby he played for the

Mariners Yankees Cardinals and raised in

his career he was a two-time all-star

four-time World Series champion of

course with the Yankees he won the

Silver Slugger in 1997 he also won an

Olympic gold medal with Team USA in 1988

after his baseball career he served as

the Marlins hitting coach in 2013 but

that relationship soon ended after he

was accused of verbal and physical abuse

of players on the Marlins specifically

dared Dietrich Tino Martinez played 16

years in Major League Baseball's 1925

hits 339 home runs as well as 1271 RBIs

he finished with a 271 average 344

on-base

471 given Oh PS 815 now Griffey won the

home run derby as I mentioned earlier in

98 and 99 so we skipped a 2000 which is

when Sammy Sosa won the home run derby

Sosa would play for the Rangers White

Sox Cubs and Orioles throughout his

career seven-time all-star MVP in 1998

six-time Silver Slugger as well as you

won the Hank Aaron award in nineteen

who's the home run leader in the

national league twice along with the RBI

leader and he had a pretty interesting

career on and off the field

in 2003 sammy sosa was ejected from a

game for having a corked bat he also got

a weird injury in 2004 sneezing and

never really played the same afterwards

he allegedly tested positive for peds in

2003 along with guys like Juan Gonzales

and others that were mentioned on that

list oh yeah and Sammy Sosa is also

white now yeah try to figure that one

out because these are real pictures in

Sammy Sosa's 18-year career he finished

with 2400 eight hits 379 doubles 609

home runs and 1667 RBIs Sosa hit 273

with a 344 on-base 534 slugging me in

878 o-p-s the 2001 Home Run Derby

champion was Luis Gonzalez Gonzalez

played for the Astros Cubs Tigers

d-backs Dodgers and Marlins in his

career he was a five-time all-star and

won the World Series in 2001 walking it

off against the Yankees and he also want

a Silver Slugger that year his number 20

was retired by the Diamondbacks and he

once sold a piece of chewed gum for

$10,000 in his 19 year career for Luis

Gonzalez finish with 2,500 91 hits 596

doubles and 350 four home runs along

with 1439 RBIs he had 283 of the three

67 on base for 79 slugging to him and

o-p-s at 8:45 in 2002 Jason Giambi won

the home run derby Giambi played for the

A's Yankees Rockies and Indians in his

career who's a five-time all-star

including an al MVP in 2000 and he was a

two-time Silver Slugger winner he also

won the comeback player of the year in

2005 after finding out he had a benign

tumor in 2004 his name was also always

linked to steroids including being a

part of the BALCO scandal and he ended

up admitting to using steroids in his

20-year career Jason Giambi finished

with just over 2000 hits 405 doubles 440

home runs and 1441 RBIs he hit 277 with

the 399 on base 516 slugging to him and

o-p-s at 9:16 the 2003 Home Run Derby

champion was Garrett Anderson Anderson

played for the angels Braves and Dodgers

throughout his career

three-time all-star was a World Series

champ in 2002 and a 2-time Silver

Slugger winner he's a member of the

Angels Hall of Fame Anderson played 17

years in Major League Baseball

accumulating 2529 hits 522 doubles and

287 home runs he also had 1365 RBIs he

hit 293 with the 324 on-base 461

slugging to give him a career o-p-s at

785 in 2004 Miguel

I don't won the MLB homerun Derby so how

to play for the A's Orioles Astros

Padres Giants and Royals in his career

it was a six-time all-star and won the

MVP in 2002 in the American League

2-time Silver Slugger Award winner and

was an MLB RBI leader in 2004 he was a

part of the Dominican Republic team that

won the World Baseball Classic in 2013

and he was also suspended in 2013 for

105 games for use of amphetamines

he's an alleged steroid user he was

mentioned the Mitchell report and Miguel

Tejada also lied about his age he was

actually 2 years older than he

originally stated Tejada would end up

playing 16 years in Major League

Baseball getting two thousand four

hundred and seven hits 468 doubles 307

home runs and 1,300 and two RBIs he hit

285 of the 336 on base for 56 slugging

to give an O PS at 791 2005 was quite

the home run derby and it was won by

Bobby Abreu

Abreu played for the Astros Phillies

Yankees Angels Dodgers and Mets

throughout his career he was a two-time

all-star won the Gold Glove in 2005 and

a Silver Slugger Award in 2004 and

during this home run derby he actually

broke the record for most home runs in a

single round at 24 and the most home

runs in an overall derby at 41 Abreu

played a total of 18 seasons in Major

League Baseball accumulating 2470 hits

along with 574 doubles 288 home runs and

1363 RBIs he also stole 400 bases Abreu

hit 291 395 on-base 475 slugging to give

an Opie SAT 7 the following year another

Philly won the home run derby and that

was Ryan Howard he played for the

Phillies in his career in towards the

end he tried to sign with a couple teams

but never made it to the major league

roster he was a World Series champion in

2008 NL MVP in 2006 Rookie of the Year

in 2005 he also won a Silver Slugger in

2006 and was the NLCS MVP in 2009 he was

a two-time MLB home run leader along

with three-time MLB RBI leader and he

holds the record for most golden

sombrero Awards in a career he's

currently an analyst for baseball

tonight on ESPN and he's also written

six children books

Howard ended up playing 13 years in

Major League Baseball fishing with 1475

hits 277 doubles 382 home runs and just

under 1,200 RBIs a career average at 258

I'm Basin 343 slugging at 515 and an O

PS at 859 in 2007 Vlad Guerrero won the

home run derby he played for the Expos

angels Rangers and Orioles he was a

nine-time all-star and won the 2004 AL

MVP he also won eight Silver Slugger

awards and is a part of the Angels Hall

of Fame Guerrero was also inducted to

the Baseball Hall of Fame and his second

try receiving 92.9% of

votes and of course he is the father to

the beast that is Vlad Guerrero jr. who

has a chance to win the 2019 MLB homerun

Derby

Vlad senior played 16 years in Major

League Baseball with 2590 hits 477

doubles 449 home runs and just under

1,500 RBIs he faced with the 318 batting

average 379 on base 533 slugging and an

o PS at 931 in 2008 Justin Morneau won

the home run derby he played for the

twins Pirates Rockies and White Sox he

was a four-time all-star and won the MVP

in 2006 in the American League he was a

2014 batting champion the National

League and won the Silver Slugger twice

but his career was shortened due to

concussions and a neck surgery in 2011

in 14 seasons in Major League Baseball

Justin Morneau had 16 hundred hits 349

doubles and 247 home runs to go along

with 980 5 RBIs he hit 281 348 on base

41 slugging to give a no PSA 28 in 2009

Prince Fielder won his first of two home

run derby championships including 2012

he played for the Brewers Tigers and

Rangers was a six-time all-star

three-time Silver Slugger and won the

Hank Aaron award in 2007 he also won the

comeback player award in the American

League in 2015 led the NL in homeruns in

2007 and Major League Baseball and RBIs

in 2009 he's of course a son of Cecil

Fielder and had his career ended short

due to injury c4 and c5 herniation in

his neck in 2016

Prince Fielder only played 12 seasons in

Major League Baseball getting 16 hundred

hits 321 doubles 319 home runs and 1028

RBIs he finished with a 283 batting

average 382 on-base 506 slugging in an

887 o-p-s in 2010 David Ortiz won the

home run derby he played for the twins

and Red Sox throughout his career 10

time all-star three-time World Series

champion World Series MVP in 2013 he was

seven times Silver Slugger 2-time Hank

Aaron award winner and he won the

Roberto Clemente award in 2011 he led

the American League in home runs in 2006

and led them in RBIs in 2005 2006 and

2016 his number 34 was retired by the

Red Sox and he was also a part of the

alleged PD test in 2003 most recently

David Ortiz was actually shot in the

Dominican Republic but luckily he came

out okay Ortiz played a total of twenty

seasons in Major League Baseball with

2472 hits 632 doubles 541 home runs and

1768 RBI he had 286 with the 380 on-base

552 slugging to give him an O PS at 9:31

the champion of the home run derby in

2011 was Robinson Cano who played for

the Yankees Mariners and of course now

the Mets he's an 8-time all-star World

Series champion in 2009

you won the Silver Slugger five times in

two Gold Gloves he was also part of the

team Dominican Republic in 2013 that won

the World Baseball Classic Cano was

suspended in 2018 for violating the MLB

PD policy and he's still playing today

of course with the Mets Cano has played

15 years in Major League Baseball

getting 2527 hits 551 doubles along with

315 home runs and 1251 RBIs career

lifetime average at 303 with a 353

on-base 490 slugging in an 843 o-p-s

Prince Fielder won the 2012 homerun

Derby which moves us on to 2013 which

was won by onna Cespedes which was the

first of two in a row because he also

won 2014 Cespedes has played for the A's

Red Sox Tigers and is currently on the

Mets he's a two-time all-star winning a

googol of in 2015 and a Silver Slugger

in 2016

he loved the Mets of the 2015 World

Series but pretty much since then

injuries have plagued him and he hasn't

been the same player and his seven years

of playing in Major League Baseball

Cespedes has 865 hits 172 doubles 163

home runs to go along with 524 RBIs he's

saying 274 the career 328 on-base 498

slugging to give an O PS at 826 which

now moves us to 2015 which was won by

Todd Frazier Todd Frazier is played with

the Reds

White Sox Yankees and of course on the

Mets he's a two-time all-star and

finished third in the Rookie of the Year

voting in 2012 he's played nine seasons

in total and Major League Baseball with

962 hits 189 doubles 204 home runs and

591 RBIs he's hitting 243 with the 320

on-base 451 slugging and a career Oh PS

at 771 he's the Todd father in 2016

Giancarlo Stanton won the home run derby

as a member of the Marlins he's of

course played for them in the New York

Yankees in his career

Stanton is a four-time all-star 2-time

Silver Slugger and won the MVP award in

2017 for the Marlins he was traded to

the Yankees in the offseason of 2018 and

has missed much of the 2019 season due

to injury and his 10 seasons of Major

League Baseball Stanton has 1133 hits

237 doubles three hundred six home runs

779 RBIs he said 268 with the 358 on

base 547 to give an O PS at 905 the

following season in 2017 Erin judge

would win the home run derby and only

four seasons of play judges already won

the Rookie of the Year a Silver Slugger

and is a two-time all-star in his career

he has 316 hits 92 homeruns 211 RBIs

he's hitting 275 of the 399 on base 565

slugging to go no PS at 964 which leads

us to our last and final home run derby

champion which is Bryce Harper Harper is

a 6th

Austar won the Rookie of the Year as

well as a Silver Slugger and he also won

the National League MVP in 2015 Harper

signed one the biggest contracts ever in

major league baseball this offseason 13

years 330 million dollars with the

Phillies in his eight-year career Harper

has one thousand three hits two hundred

and seven doubles along with 200 home

runs at 583 RBIs he's hitting 276 with

386 on-base 509 slugging and 895 o-p-s

well that wraps up all the MLB homerun

Derby winners that was a lot of them be

interesting to see who wins the 2019

homerun Derby

I'm going with Christian Yelich I'd love

to know who you guys thinks gonna win in

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