posted on Jul, 12 2004 @ 04:44 PM
I'm going with Thome in the NL and Ortiz in tha AL with Thome beating Ortiz in the final.
(I'm sure youre surprised I picked Thome
They were showing the replay from last year's derby a while ago, Albert Pujols hit 14 hr's in one round to tie the derby record set by Jason Giambi in
It should be a great Homerun Derby this year, balls have been flying out of Houston all year and they have some huge bats in the lineups. I didnt do
the math but it looks like the NL has about 1,800 homers between the four of them.
Jim Thome flew his batting practice pitcher to Houston with him to pitch to him in the derby.
So, who do YOU think will win the HR Derby tonight??
[Edited on 12-7-2004 by ProudAmerican]