With 2013 MLB Home Run Derby tickets, you can witness the best long-ball hitters in Major League Baseball as they swing for the fences in this thrilling showdown, so grab your mitt and prepare for this breathtaking All-Star event.
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2013 MLB Home Run Derby to Make Debut at Citi Field
Of the many festivities scheduled to take place during the MLB All-Star break, the annual Home Run Derby showdown continues to be one of the most anticipated. This year, the NL’s New York Mets will serve as host for the 2013 edition of the MLB All-Star Game, marking just the second time in club history and first since 1964. That season would be the first and only time the event was held at Shea Stadium, as the Mets have since moved on to Citi Field, which opened in 2009.
The 2013 Home Run Derby is set for Monday, July 15, and fans can look forward to the usual display of extraordinary power and endurance that has made this spectacle so entertaining year after year. Formerly labeled a pitcher’s park, Citi Field underwent a bit of a makeover before the start of the 2012 season to make it more hitter-friendly, which should allow for plenty of dingers come derby time. Players that pull the ball should have a lot of success, as the left field wall stands at 335 ft., and the right field wall is just 330 ft. Center field remains deep at 408 ft., but left and right center are within range at 358 ft. and 375 ft., respectively. Last year, Prince Fielder of the Detroit Tigers won the title by holding off the Toronto Blue Jays’ Jose Bautista. Fielder smashed 12 home runs in the finals to bring his total to 28 for the night, while Bautista hit just seven to finish with 20. There’s sure to be many towering homers in the Big Apple at this year’s event, so purchase your Home Run Derby tickets today.
2011 Home Run Derby at Chase Field
David Ortiz of the Red Sox had supposedly slowed down a bit since Boston last won the World Series in '06. In last season's Home Run Derby, he completely returned to form. Ortiz hit 32 homers over the course of the competition to capture his first ever victory in the event. Florida's Hanley Ramirez did all he could to rally late, but Ortiz held on. Now the Derby is coming to Chase Field, the home of the Arizona Diamondbacks. With a pool just over the right field fence, hitters are going to have an fun target to shoot for with every swing. Vivid Seats has 2011 Home Run Derby tickets available so you can experience the rush of this rare event live.