MLB Home Run Derby: Prince Fielder Wins 2nd Derby, Andrew McCutchen Falls Short

Prince Fielder became just the second two-time winner of the Home Run Derby on Tuesday night, joining Ken Griffey, Jr. Fielder barely made it out of the first round, golfing a low shot out to break a tie with Pittsburgh's Andrew McCutchen and Colorado's Carlos Gonzalez. Fielder then went on to rip 12 homers in the final to defeat fellow American Leaguer Jose Bautista.

McCutchen had a solid performance but had a couple tough-luck shots that landed on the warning track just short of the fence. He also struggled to get the ball elevated, ripping the cover off it but hitting line drivers to and off the wall. The complete results below:

Final Round

Prince Fielder 12
Jose Bautista 7

Two-Round Totals

Prince Fielder 16
Jose Bautista 13
Mark Trumbo 13
Carlos Beltran 12

First Round

Jose Bautista 11
Carlos Beltran 7
Mark Trumbo 7
Prince Fielder 5
Carlos Gonzalez 4
Andrew McCutchen 4
Matt Kemp 1
Robinson Cano 0

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