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Harper wins Home Run Derby in thrilling fashion

Bryce Harper finished the final round of Monday night's Home Run Derby with 19 homers at Nationals Park, winning the contest dramatically in bonus time over Cubs slugger Kyle Schwarber.

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Harper gets hyped en route to Derby title

Bryce Harper is not afraid to show his emotions and have some fun while winning the Home Run Derby in spectacular fashion.

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Schwarber needs incredible comeback to edge Hoskins

Kyle Schwarber goes on run in the final 30 seconds to finish with 21 homers in the semfinals to defeat Rhys Hoskins.

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Muncy puts on display to knock Baez out of Derby

Max Muncy passes Javier Baez with 17 home runs, leaving 32 seconds on the clock, to advance to the second round of the HR Derby.

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Hoskins rips six straight HRs after timeout, upsets Aguilar

Rhys Hoskins hits his stride immediately after taking his timeout by crushing six consecutive home runs, finishing with 17 in the round to advance.

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Harper advances to semis with 13 dingers

In front of a hometown crowd, Bryce Harper crushes 13 home runs to bypass Atlanta's Freddie Freeman in the first round of the HR Derby.

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