Here are the details for tonight's Home Run Derby, featuring former Cardinal standout and Louisville native Adam Duvall:
Time: 8 p.m. ET
Location: Petco Park, San Diego
Here are the participants and bracket for Monday's T-Mobile Home Run Derby. pic.twitter.com/N3TWIKUy4M— MLB Communications (@MLB_PR) July 7, 2016
Participants have four minutes in each round to hit has many home runs as possible. In the first round and semifinals, each batter is entitled to one 45-second "time out." In the finals, each batter is entitled to two timeouts of the same length. Thirty seconds of bonus time will be awarded for two home runs that each equal or exceed 440 feet.
Ties in any round will be broken by a 60-second swing-off with no stoppage of time or additional time added. If a tie remains after the swing-off, batters will engage in successive three-swing swing-offs until there is a winner.