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Here’s every one of Yoenis Cespedes’s 30 Home Run Derby blasts

Yoenis Cespedes successfully defended his Home Run Derby crown at Target Field on Monday night, and he put on quite a show. While smashing 30 homers of the course of the evening, Cespedes defeated teammate Josh Donaldson in a first round swing off, knocked off Adam Jones of the Orioles in the second round, toppled AL captain Jose Bautista in the third round, and trampled the upset-minded Todd Frazier in the final. Cepedes becomes just the second player to win the Derby in back-to-back years, following Ken Griffey Jr. in 1998-99.

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