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Who will win the Home Run Derby?

Robinson Cano plans to defend his Home Run

Robinson Cano plans to defend his Home Run Derby title on July 9 in Kansas City. (May 25, 2012) Photo Credit: AP

At left, meet the eight MLB players in the 2012 Home Run Derby, then click here to vote for who you think will win the All-Star event on July 9 in Kansas City. (Stats listed are through July 3)

JOSE BAUTISTA Outfield, Toronto Blue Jays 2012: 27
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JOSE BAUTISTA
Outfield, Toronto Blue Jays
2012: 27 HR
Career: 183 HR (9 seasons)
Avg. per 162 games: 31 HR

CARLOS BELTRAN Outfield, St. Louis Cardinals 2012: 20
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CARLOS BELTRAN
Outfield, St. Louis Cardinals
2012: 20 HR
Career: 322 HR (15 seasons)
Avg. per 162 games: 28 HR

ROBINSON CANO Second base, Yankees 2012: 20 HR
Photo Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke

ROBINSON CANO
Second base, Yankees
2012: 20 HR
Career: 164 HR (8 seasons)
Avg. per 162 games: 23 HR

PRINCE FIELDER First base, Detroit Tigers 2012: 12
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PRINCE FIELDER
First base, Detroit Tigers
2012: 12 HR
Career: 242 HR (8 seasons)
Avg. per 162 games: 36 HR

CARLOS GONZALEZ Outfield, Colorado Rockies 2012: 17 HR
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CARLOS GONZALEZ
Outfield, Colorado Rockies
2012: 17 HR
Career: 94 HR (5 seasons)
Avg. per 162 games: 29 HR

MATT KEMP Outfield, Los Angeles Dodgers 2012: 12
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MATT KEMP
Outfield, Los Angeles Dodgers
2012: 12 HR
Career: 140 HR (7 seasons)
Avg. per 162 games: 28 HR

ANDRE MCCUTCHEN Outfield, Pittsburgh Pirates 2012: 16 HR
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ANDRE MCCUTCHEN
Outfield, Pittsburgh Pirates
2012: 16 HR
Career: 67 HR (4 seasons)
Avg. per 162 games: 22 HR

MARK TRUMBO Outfield, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
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MARK TRUMBO
Outfield, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
2012: 20 HR
Career: 49 HR (3 seasons)
Avg. per 162 games: 35 HR

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