Harper at the Home Run Derby
Bryce Harper hit 24 home runs at Citi Field on Monday night, second only to the 32 hit by Oakland's Yoenis Cespedes. Harper was the first Nationals player to participate in the Home Run Derby since its inception in 1985. The 20-year-old is also the second-youngest player to compete, older than Ken Griffey, Jr. in his 1990 appearance by only 39 days.
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Harper's Citi Field home runs
Home Run Derby
Bats with no home run
Harper’s career home runs (2012-2013)
Home runs made by other players this season
Harper’s home runs have landed in the same general area during season play.
Harper pulled most of his home runs to right field. His deepest shot traveled 471 feet.
How the Home Run Derby played out this year.
Total home runs
SOURCE: Hit Online Tracker and staff reports.