Who Has the Most MLB Home Run Derby Wins Ever? Home Run Derby History
Pete Alonso put on an absolute show at Coors Field on Monday night, winning his second straight MLB Home Run Derby. It was a historic night for the New York Mets slugger, who became just the fourth player in league history to win the HR Derby multiple times.
Who Has the Most MLB Home Run Derby Wins?
Ken Griffey Jr., holds the record for the most HR Derby wins since the event debut in 1985. Griffey Jr. has won the event three different times.
Most MLB HR Derby Wins
Griffey accomplished the feat three different times during his run as one of baseball's greats in the 1990's. His first title came Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh in 1994. Griffey Jr. then won the event in back-to-back years (1998-99) at Coors Field and Fenway Park in Boston.
MLB Home Run Derby History
After Alonso's impressive performance, now four players have won the MLB Home Run Derby multiple times. Griffey Jr. is the only player to capture the title more than twice.
Ken Griffey Jr.
- 1994: Three Rivers Stadium
- 1998: Coors Field
- 1999: Fenway Park
- 2019: Progressive Field
- 2021: Coors Field
- 2013: Citi Field
- 2014: Target Field
- 2009: Busch Stadium
- 2012: Kauffman Stadium
Most Home Runs in MLB HR Derby
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. owns the most home runs in a single Home Run Derby in league history. Guerrero Jr. smashed 91 total home runs in 2019, when he finished in second-place to Alonso.
- Vladimir Guerrero Jr.: 91 home runs, 2019
- Pete Alonso: 74 home runs, 2021
- Giancarlo Stanton: 61 home runs, 2016
- Joc Pederson: 60 home runs, 2019
- Trey Mancini: 59 home runs, 2021
- Pete Alonso: 57 home runs, 2019
- Kyle Schwarber: 55 home runs, 2018
- Aaron Judge: 47 home runs, 2017
- Juan Soto: 46 home runs, 2021
- Bryce Harper: 45 home runs, 2018
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