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Giambi, still feeling sluggish, replaced

HOUSTON -- Baltimore's Miguel Tejada replaced the Yankees' Jason Giambi in the American League's Home Run Derby lineup Monday.

Giambi, still recovering from a parasite that weakened him for
much of June, will still participate in Tuesday night's All-Star Game.

Tejada will be joined in the AL Home Run Derby lineup by Texas'
Hank Blalock, Boston's David Ortiz and Baltimore's Rafael Palmeiro
on the AL team. The NL batters will be San Francisco's Barry Bonds,
the Chicago Cubs' Sammy Sosa, Philadelphia's Jim Thome and Houston's Lance Berkman.

Berkman was picked Sunday to replace Ken Griffey Jr., who tore a hamstring a night earlier. Griffey will miss the All-Star Game but attend the festivities. Houston center fielder Carlos Beltran was picked for the NL roster to replace Griffey.