Prince Fielder Reigns Supreme in Home Run Derby
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During Monday night's Home Run Derby, Detroit Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder showed what he was made of, and reigned supreme in the contest.
Fielder tied a final round record of 12 homers, and his second Home Run Derby victory puts him in the history books with Ken Griffey Jr., the only other player to have two titles.
In the first round, Fielder had five home runs.
Fielder also hit the longest homer, at 476 feet, during the second round.
In Tuesday night's All-Star Game on FOX, Fielder will join starter Justin Verlander and slugging partner Miguel Cabrera.