Home Run Derby: What time it starts and what channel it's on

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Mike Moustakas, who already has a career-high 25 home runs, is among the eight competitors at this year's Home Run Derby. Or will he get knocked out by Yankees rookie Aaron Judge?

The 2017 MLB Home Run Derby will be held on the first day of All-Star Game festivities on Monday, July 10 at 8 p.m. ET at Marlins Park. In 51 previous plate appearances at Marlins park, Blackmon is hitting.234 with 2 home runs. Defending champion and hometown star Giancarlo Stanton, the No. 1 seed, is the only player with prior Derby experience, but the rest of the field features some capable fresh faces.

While Judge has dominated the rookie spotlight, Bellinger has produced an excellent debut season in his own right with some excellent numbers for the Dodgers.

According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge are now listed as co-favorites to win, as each is listed with +200 odds.

Stanton and fellow Marlin Justin Bour will participate in the annual battle of ball-bashers which takes place at Marlins Park.

Major League Baseball announced the bracket (last week).

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Stanton will face one of Judge's teammates in the first round.

Miami Marlins first baseman Justin Bour follows through on a two-run base hit in the sixth inning of a baseball game against the Atlanta Braves, Sunda.

Judge is the Yankees all-time leading home run hitter as a rookie, having passed Joe DiMaggio earlier this season.

In the new format, each competitor goes for four minutes, attempting to hit as many home runs as possible without having to worry about outs or waiting for the ideal pitch.

Moustakas is the first member of the Royals to take part in the Home Run Derby in 26 years. Sano has hit.276 with 21 home runs and 62 RBI so far this season.

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Rogers' confident start belied her world ranking of 70, the American hitting twice as many winners as the top seed in the opening set.

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