The 2015 MLB Home Run Derby will take place on Monday night live from Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati, with 8 contestants opposed for a climax in a new, three-round bracketed format that will be televised by ESPN.
The Home Run Derby will underline Albert Pujols of a Los Angeles Angels, Prince Fielder of a Texas Rangers, Todd Frazier of a Cincinnati Reds, Anthony Rizzo of a Chicago Cubs, Manny Machado of a Baltimore Orioles, Josh Donaldson of a Toronto Blue Jays, Kris Bryant of a Cubs and Joc Pederson of a Los Angeles Dodgers.
The eventuality will be televised by ESPN and ESPN Deportes commencement during 8 p.m. ET, and will be accessible online during WatchESPN as good as on radio by ESPN Radio and ESPN Deportes Radio.
Chris Berman will continue to yield play-by-play of a eventuality for his umpteenth deteriorate of contrast tongue-tied buttons everywhere after a 20th time he says, “Back, back, behind …”
Berman will be situated adult a third-base line during Great American Ballpark, along with analysts John Kruk and Aaron Boone. Reporters Pedro Gomez and Nicole Briscoe will also yield coverage of a event, interviewing players in and around a field.
ESPN will have Baseball Tonight as a pregame uncover of sorts during 7 p.m. ET, live from a margin in Cincinnati, with horde Karl Ravech along with analysts Curt Schilling, Buster Olney and Tim Kurkjian. That party will spasmodic yield updates and reports during a eventuality as well.
Jon Sciambi and Chris Singleton will call a Home Run Derby on ESPN Radio.
Home Run Derby promote info
Time: 8 p.m. ET
Location: Great American Ballpark, Cincinnati
TV: ESPN, ESPN Deportes
Radio: ESPN Radio, ESPN Deportes Radio