Home Run Derby Tracker

Updated: July 11, 2007, 4:59 AM ET
ESPN.com

Los Angeles Angels slugger Vladimir Guerrero outhomered Toronto's Alex Rios 3-2 in the final round Monday to win the Home Run Derby.

FINAL ROUND
Vladimir Guerrero

Vladimir Guerrero

Los Angeles Angels

2007 SEASON STATISTICS
 GM  HR  RBI  AVG  OBP  SLG  AB/HR
85 14 75 .325 .416 .547 22.2
HOME RUNS
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LEADERBOARD
PLAYER TEAM ROUND 1 ROUND 2 FINAL TOTAL LONG SEASON
Vladimir Guerrero LAA 5 9 3 17 503 14
Alex Rios TOR 5 12 2 19 454 17
Matt Holliday COL 5 8 -- 13 475 15
Albert Pujols STL 4 *(2) 9 -- 13 459 16
Justin Morneau MIN 4 *(1) -- -- 4 430 24
Prince Fielder MIL 3 -- -- 3 455 29
Ryan Howard PHI 3 -- -- 3 477 21
Magglio Ordonez DET 2 -- -- 2 422 13
* -- Pujols defeated Morneau in a tiebreaker
DERBY CHAMPIONS AT&T PARK, SAN FRANCISCO
2007 Vladimir Guerrero
2006 Ryan Howard
2005 Bobby Abreu
2004 Miguel Tejada
2003 Garret Anderson
2002 Jason Giambi
2001 Luis Gonzalez
2000 Sammy Sosa
1999 Ken Griffey Jr.
1998 Ken Griffey Jr.
1997 Tino Martinez
1996 Barry Bonds
1995 Frank Thomas
1994 Ken Griffey Jr.
1993 Juan Gonzalez
1992 Mark McGwire
1991 Cal Ripken Jr.
1990 Ryne Sandberg
1989 (tie) Eric Davis
Ruben Sierra
1988 Postponed
1987 Andre Dawson
1986 (tie) Wally Joyner
Darryl Strawberry
1985 Dave Parker
      


BALLPARK FACTS     

  Opened: April 11, 2000
  First HR: Kevin Elster, April 11, 2000
  First "splash hit" HR into McCovey Cove: Barry Bonds, May 1, 2000
  Total "splash hits" into McCovey Cove: 44
  Total "splash hit" HRs for Bonds: 34
  Longest HR: Bonds -- 499 feet to CF, 2002
  Helpful links: More ballpark info | Park Factors | Home Run Tracker