Robinson Cano picks team for Home Run Derby

Toronto Blue Jays' Jose Bautista watches the flight

Toronto Blue Jays' Jose Bautista watches the flight of the ball as hits a home run to left field off New York Mets pitcher Dillon Gee during the third inning of interleague MLB baseball game action in Toronto. (May 20, 2012) (Credit: AP)

The Yankees will have only one representative on the American League Home Run Derby team.

Robinson Cano, the event's defending champion, announced before last night's game that he will be joined on the team by Mark Trumbo, Prince Fielder and Jose Bautista. His teammate, Curtis Granderson, who has 23 homers, was not selected.

Bautista leads all players in homers with 27, including 14 in June. Cano and Trumbo each have 20 home runs and Fielder has 12. The Rangers' Josh Hamilton, second in the majors with 25 homers, declined an invite.

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