Updates, results from slugfest at Coors Field

The 2021 Crowning Achievement Derby at Coors Field consists of a few of baseball’s most electrifying sluggers with Mets initially baseman Pete Alonso back to safeguard the crown he’s held because the occasion last happened 2 years earlier

Top-seeded Shohei Ohtani, who leads the majors with 33 crowning achievement, was disturbed in the preliminary by Juan Soto of the Nationals in a wild match that needed a 2nd tie-breaking swing-off to choose. The Angels’ two-way star look in the derby was simply 24 hr prior to he takes the field as the AL’s beginning pitcher and leadoff player in the Midsummer Classic.

Alonso set a first-round record with 35 crowning achievement and beat Royals catcher Salvador Perez, establishing a semifinal match with Soto.

Stay tuned for live updates throughout the night as the crowning achievement fly into the Denver sky:

Crowning achievement Derby 2nd round

Pete Alonso (Mets) vs. Juan Soto (Nationals)

Trey Mancini (Orioles) beats Trevor Story (Rockies)

  • Story – 12 HR – longest 477 feet: The topic of trade reports, Story could not actually get into a groove in front of his house fans.

  • Mancini – 13 HR – longest 475 feet: Strolled it off with 23 seconds left on the clock and advances to the last, where he will fulfill Pete Alonso or Juan Soto.

Crowning achievement Derby preliminary outcomes

No. 8 Juan Soto (Nationals) beats No. 1 Shohei Ohtani (Angels)

  • Soto — 22 HR — longest 520 feet: Soto utilized the whole field, spraying homers to left and center consisting of a 520-foot shot to right that goes as the longest of the night up until now.

  • Ohtani – 22 HR – longest 513 feet: The Angels star rallied late to connect Soto, ruining balls into ideal field.

  • TIEBREAKER, 28-28: Both strike 6 homers in the extra minute, however Ohtani was not able to break the tie with numerous efforts.

  • SWING-OFF: Soto homered on all 3 swings, putting the pressure on Ohtani who stopped working to homer on his very first effort.

No. 5 Pete Alonso (Mets) beats No. 4 Salvador Perez (Royals)

  • Alonso — 35 HR — longest 513 feet: The safeguarding champ was feeling it, ruining balls into left field and a couple of to center.

  • Perez — 28 HR — longest 491 feet: A fantastic round for the Kansas City backstop that probably would have won against anybody else.

No. 2 Joey Gallo (Rangers) vs. No. 7 Trevor Story (Rockies)

  • Story — 20 HR — longest 518 feet: The hometown favorite had the fans on their feet and hit some monster homers in the ballpark he calls home.

  • Gallo — 19 HR — longest 494 feet: One of the favorites coming in, Gallo just couldn’t get it going in regulation but made a run in his extra minute, homering on a pitch just after the buzzer that would have tied it.

No. 6 Trey Mancini (Orioles) beats No. 3 Matt Olson (Athletics)

  • Mancini — 24 HR — longest 496 feet: Mancini caught fire after taking a break halfway through regular time and earned himself an additional minute. Quite a round for the cancer survivor.

  • Olson — 23 HR — longest 495 feet: Olson struggled out of the gate but didn’t waste swings and had the chance to tie Mancini at the buzzer but hooked it just foul down the right field line.

Fan flips over railing trying to catch house run

During Monday’s contest while Matt Olson was at bat, the Oakland Sports first baseman crushed a baseball out to deep ideal field for a home run.

One fan in the stands thought it was his lucky day and went up for the ball. Unfortunately for him, his attempted capture sent him up and over the entryway railing to the upper deck and he came crashing to the ground.

This post initially appeared on U.S.A. TODAY: Crowning Achievement Derby 2021: Live updates, arises from MLB All-Star slugfest

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.