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MLB Home Run Derby: How to Watch, Latest Betting Odds, Parking Guide & More!

Over the last several years, the MLB Home Run Derby has become almost as popular, if not more popular, than the All-Star Game itself. The Derby is an incredible showcase of some of the best power hitters the game has to offer. Tonight, they’ll be taking center stage at Dodger Stadium.

How to Watch

The Home Run Derby begins at 5PM PT tonight. ESPN will be broadcasting the event on both ESPN and ESPN2. ESPN will carry the regular broadcast with Karl Ravech on the call, along with analyst Eduardo Perez, and reporters Buster Olney and Marly Rivera.  

ESPN2 will be broadcasting a Statcast driven version of the event that will include Dodgers television analyst Jessica Mendoza, Jason Benetti, and analyst Mike Petriello.

Latest Betting Odds

The Home Run Derby bracket, headlined by two-time winner Pete Alonso, also includes former Dodgers Corey Seager and Albert Pujols. The full bracket can be found here.

According to the latest FanDuel odds (as of 1:30PM PT), Alonso is still the betting favorite:

  • Pete Alonso +195
  • Kyle Schwarber +350
  • Juan Soto +500
  • Julio Rodriguez +750
  • Ronald Acuña Jr. +800
  • Corey Seager +1000
  • Jose Ramirez +1600
  • Albert Pujols +2400

Parking Guide

For fans planning on attending the event at Dodger Stadium tonight, be sure to check out our Dodgers Nation Parking Guide for tips and tricks on how to make your trip to the Chavez Ravine as smooth as possible!

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