The 2014 MLB Home Run Derby is here.  But the Derby has a bright history that will see some additional names added this evening.

Here is a look at the history of the MLB Home Run Derby.  (VIA MLB.com)

Home Run Derby History

 

2013 -- Citi Field, New York
 Player, TeamCareerSeasonRound IRound IIFinalsTotals Highlights
Yoenis Cespedes, OAK3815176932  Watch
Bryce Harper, WAS351388824  Watch
Michael Cuddyer, COL1731678--15  Watch
Chris Davis, BAL1143784--12  Watch
Pedro Alvarez, PIT74246----6  Watch
Prince Fielder, DET276165----5  Watch
David Wright, NYM217135----5  Watch
Robinson Cano, NYY198214----4  Watch

 

2012 -- Kauffman Field, Kansas City
 Player, TeamCareerSeasonRound IRound IIFinalsTotals Highlights
Prince Fielder, DET245155111228  Watch
Jose Bautista, TOR18327112*720  Watch
Mark Trumbo, LAA512276*--13  Watch
Carlos Beltran, STL3222075--12  Watch
Carlos Gonzalez, COL94174----4  Watch
Andrew McCutchen, PIT69184----4  Watch
Matt Kemp, LAD140121----1  Watch
Robinson Cano, NYY164200----0  Watch
* Jose Bautista won a swing-off tiebreaker against Mark Trumbo in Round 2

 

2011 -- Chase Field, Phoenix
 Player, TeamCareerSeasonRound IRound IIFinalsTotals Highlights
Robinson Cano, NYY131158121232  Watch
Adrian Gonzalez, BOS185179111131  Watch
David Ortiz, BOS368195*4--9  Watch
Prince Fielder, MIL214225*4--9  Watch
Matt Holliday, STL194145*----5  Watch
Jose Bautista, TOR144314----4  Watch
Rickie Weeks, MIL106173----3  Watch
Matt Kemp, LA111222----2  Watch
* Fielder, Ortiz advanced in a Round 1 Swing-off, 5-4-2

 

2010 -- Angel Stadium, Anaheim
 Player, TeamCareerSeasonRound IRound IIFinalsTotals Highlights
David Ortiz, BOS335188131132  Watch
Hanley Ramirez, FLA11613912526  Watch
Corey Hart, MIL8821130--13  Watch
Miguel Cabrera, DET2312275--12  Watch
Matt Holliday, STL168165----5  Watch
Nick Swisher, NYY148154----4  Watch
Vernon Wells, TOR211192----2  Watch
Chris Young, ARI86151----1  Watch

 

2009 -- Busch Stadium, St. Louis
 Player, TeamCareerSeasonRound IRound IIFinalsTotals Highlights
Prince Fielder, MIL13622116623  Watch
Nelson Cruz, TEX13322115521  Watch
Ryan Howard, PHI2002278--15  Watch
Albert Pujols, STL351325*6--11  Watch
Carlos Pena, TB187245*----5  Watch
Joe Mauer, MIN59155*----5  Watch
Adrian Gonzalez, SD121242----2  Watch
Brandon Inge, DET117210----0  Watch
* Pujols advanced in a Round 1 Swing-off, 2-1-0

 

2008-- Yankee Stadium, New York
 Player, TeamCareerSeasonRound ISemisFinalsTotals Highlights
Justin Morneau, MIN1241489522  Watch
Josh Hamilton, TEX4021284335  Watch
Lance Berkman, HOU2812286--14  Watch
Ryan Braun, MIL572377--14  Watch
Dan Uggla, FLA81236----6  Watch
Grady Sizemore, CLE100226----6  Watch
Chase Utley, PHI122255----5  Watch
Evan Longoria, TB16163----3  Watch

 

2007-- AT&T Park, San Francisco
 Player, TeamCareerSeasonRound ISemisFinalsTotals Highlights
Vladimir Guerrero, LAA3521459317 400K
Alex Rios, TOR4517512219 400K
Matt Holliday, COL821558--13 400K
Albert Pujols, STL266164*9--13 400K
Justin Morneau, MIN103244*----4 400K
Prince Fielder, MIL59293----3 400K
Ryan Howard, PHI103213----3 400K
Magglio Ordonez, DET232132----2 400K
* Pujols advanced in a Round 1 Swing-off, 2-1

 

2006-- PNC Park, Pittsburgh
 Player, TeamCareerSeasonRound ISemisFinalsTotals Highlights
Ryan Howard, PHI5228810523 350K
David Wright, NYM6120162422 350K
Miguel Cabrera, FLA931596--15 350K
David Ortiz, BOS20831103--13 350K
Jermaine Dye, CWS217257----7 350K
Miguel Tejada, BAL233173----3 350K
Lance Berkman, HOU204243----3 350K
Troy Glaus, TOR242231----1 350K

 

2005-- Comerica Park, Detroit

 Player, TeamCareerSeasonRound ISemisFinalsTotals Highlights
VenezuelaBobby Abreu
Venezuela   Winner
184182461141 56K | 350K
Puerto RicoIvan Rodriguez

Puerto Rico

256678520 56K | 350K
PanamaCarlos Lee

Panama

17422114--15 56K | 350K
Dominican RepublicDavid Ortiz

Dominican Republic

15121173--20 56K | 350K
KoreaHee-Seop Choi

Korea

38135----5 56K | 350K
NetherlandsAndruw Jones

Netherlands

277275----5 56K | 350K
United StatesMark Teixeira

United States

89252----2 56K | 350K
CanadaJason Bay

Canada
46160----0 56K | 350K

 

2004-- Minute Maid Park, Houston     Highlights (350K): Round I | Semis | Finals     Photos
 Player, TeamCareerSeasonRound ISemisFinalsTotals Highlights
 Winner:
Miguel Tejada, BAL
171157155*27 56K | 350K
  Lance Berkman, HOU14216710421 56K | 350K
  Rafael Palmeiro, BAL541139  5--14 56K | 350K
  Barry Bonds, SFG681238  3--11 56K | 350K
  Sammy Sosa, CHC555165----5 56K | 350K
  Jim Thome, PHI409284----4 56K | 350K
  Hank Blalock, TEX  55233----3 56K | 350K
  David Ortiz, BOS112233----3 56K | 350K
* Tejada hit the winning homer with five outs remaining in the round

 

2003-- U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago
 Player, TeamRound ISemisFinalsTotalsLongSeason
 Winner:
Garret Anderson, ANA
76***92243022
 Albert Pujols, STL4*14**82647827
 Jason Giambi, NYY1211--2344626
 Jim Edmonds, STL4*4--842628
 Gary Sheffield, ATL4----441322
 Carlos Delgado, TOR2----243428
 Richie Sexson, MIL1----138325
 Bret Boone, SEA0----0--24

* advanced due to higher season total     **defeated Jason Giambi in the semis     *** defeated Jim Edmonds in the semis

 

2002-- Miller Park, Milwaukee
PlayerTeamRound 1Round 2FinalsTotals
Winner: Jason GiambiYankees116*724
Sammy SosaCubs125118
Paul KonerkoWhite Sox66-12
Richie SexsonBrewers64-10
Torii HunterTwins3--3
Alex RodriguezRangers2--2
Barry BondsGiants2--2
Lance BerkmanAstros1--1
* advanced on swingoff with Paul Konerko

 

2001-- SAFECO Field, Seattle
PlayerTeamRound 1Round 2FinalsTotalsLongest
Winner: Luis GonzalezArizona556*16440
Sammy SosaChicago38213468
Jason GiambiOakland146--20460
Barry BondsSan Francisco73--10476
Alex RodriguezTexas2----2415
Bret BooneSeattle3----3406
Todd HeltonColorado2----2425
Troy GlausAnaheim0----0--

 

2000 -- Turner Field, Atlanta
PlayerTeamRound 1Round 2Round 3Totals
Winner: Sammy SosaChicago611926
Ken Griffey Jr.Cincinnati63211
Carl EverettBoston66--12
Carlos DelgadoToronto51--6
Edgar MartinezSeattle2----2
Chipper JonesAtlanta2----2
Vladimir GuerreroMontreal2----2
Ivan RodriguezTexas1----1

 

1999-- Fenway Park, Boston
PlayerTeamRound 1Round 2FinalsTotals
Winner: Ken Griffey Jr.Seattle310316
Jeromy BurnitzMilwaukee66214
Mark McGwireSt. Louis133--16
Jeff BagwellHouston51--6
Larry WalkerColorado2----2
Nomar GarciaparraBoston2----2
B.J. SurhoffBaltimore2----2
Shawn GreenToronto2----2
Sammy SosaChicago1----1
John JahaOakland1----1

 

1998-- Coors Field, Denver
PlayerTeamRound 1Round 2FinalsTotals
Winner: Ken Griffey Jr.Seattle88319
Jim ThomeCleveland78317
Vinny CastillaColorado75--12
Rafael PalmeiroBaltimore73--10
Damion EasleyDetroit2----2
Javy LopezAtlanta5----5
Moises AlouHouston7----7
Chipper JonesAtlanta1----1
Alex RodriguezSeattle5----5
Mark McGwireSt. Louis4----4

 

1997-- Jacobs Field, Cleveland
PlayerTeamRound 1Round 2FinalsTotalsLongest
Winner: Tino MartinezNew York583*16436
Larry WalkerColorado99119479
Mark McGwireOakland52--7456
Jeff BagwellHouston41--5413
Brady AndersonBaltimore4----4451
Ken Griffey Jr.Seattle3----3451
Chipper JonesAtlanta3----3429
Ray LankfordSt. Louis2----2424
Nomar GarciaparraBoston0----0--
Jim ThomeCleveland0----00

 

1996-- Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia
PlayerTeamRound 1Round 2FinalsTotalsLongest
Brady AndersonBaltimore56--11433
Jay BuhnerSeattle62--8426
Joe CarterToronto2----2433
Mark McGwireOakland49215460
Greg VaughnMilwaukee0----0--
National League
PlayerTeamRound 1Round 2FinalsTotalsLongest
Jeff BagwellHouston2----2460
Barry BondsSan Francisco410317451
Ellis BurksColorado1----1405
Henry RodriguezMontreal3----3437
Gary SheffieldFlorida0----0--

 

1995-- The Ballpark in Arlington, Texas -- A.L. 21, N.L. 9 (after Round 1)
American League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Frank ThomasChicago15
Albert BelleCleveland16
Mo VaughnBoston6
Manny RamirezCleveland3
National League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Ron GantCincinnati3
Raul MondesiLos Angeles2
Reggie SandersCincinnati2
Sammy SosaChicago2

 

1994-- Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh -- A.L. 17, N.L. 11
American League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Ken Griffey Jr.Seattle7
Ruben SierraOakland4
Frank ThomasChicago4
Albert BelleCleveland2
National League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Fred McGriffAtlanta5
Jeff BagwellHouston3
Dante BichetteColorado3
Mike PiazzaLos Angeles0

 

1993-- Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore -- A.L. 21, N.L.12
American League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Juan GonzalezTexas7
Ken Griffey Jr.Seattle7
Cecil FielderDetroit4
Albert BelleCleveland3
National League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Barry BondsSan Francisco5
Bobby BonillaNew York5
David JusticeAtlanta2
Mike PiazzaLos Angeles0
Playoff#1 -- Griffey Jr. (4), Gonzalez (4); Playoff #2 --Gonzalez (1), Griffey Jr. (0)

 

1992-- Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego -- A.L. 27, N.L. 13
American League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Mark McGwireOakland12
Ken Griffey Jr.Seattle7
Joe CarterToronto4
Cal Ripken Jr.Baltimore4
National League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Larry WalkerMontreal4
Gary SheffieldSan Diego4
Fred McGriffSan Diego3
Barry BondsPittsburgh2

 

1991-- The SkyDome, Toronto -- A.L. 20, N.L. 7
American League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Cal Ripken Jr.Baltimore12
Cecil FielderDetroit4
Joe CarterToronto2
Danny TartabullKansas City2
National League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Paul O'NeillCincinnati5
George BellChicago2
Chris SaboCincinnati0
Howard JohnsonNew York0

 

1990-- Wrigley Field, Chicago -- N.L. 4, A.L. 1
National League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Ryne SandbergChicago3
Matt WilliamsSan Francisco1
Bobby BonillaPittsburgh0
Darryl StrawberryNew York0
American League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Mark McGwireOakland1
Ken Griffey Jr.Seattle0
Jose CansecoOakland0
Cecil FielderDetroit0

 

1989-- Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim -- N.L. 9, A.L. 5
National League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Eric DavisCincinnati3
Glenn DavisHouston2
Howard JohnsonNew York2
Kevin MitchellSan Francisco2
American League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Ruben SierraTexas3
Mickey TettletonDetroit1
Bo JacksonKansas City1
Gary GaettiMinnesota0

 

1988 -- Riverfront Stadium,Cincinnati -- Canceled due to rain

 

1987-- The Coliseum, Oakland -- N.L. 6, A.L. 2
National League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Andre DawsonChicago4
Ozzie VirgilAtlanta2
American League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
George BellToronto1
Mark McGwireOakland1

 

1986-- The Astrodome, Houston -- N.L. 8, A.L. 7
National League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Darryl StrawberryNew York4
Dave ParkerCincinnati3
Hubie BrooksMontreal1
American League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Wally JoynerCalifornia4
Jesse BarfieldToronto2
Jose CansecoOakland1

 

1985-- The Metrodome, Minneapolis -- A.L. 17, N.L. 16
American League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Jim RiceBoston4
Eddie MurrayBaltimore4
Carlton FiskChicago4
Tom BrunanskyMinnesota4
Cal RipkenJr.Baltimore1
National League
PlayerTeamTotal HRs
Dave ParkerCincinnati6
Dale MurphyAtlanta4
Steve GarveyLos Angeles2
RyneSandbergChicago2
Jack ClarkSt. Louis2

Home Run Derby facts
Not many players have won the Home Run Derby and gone on to homer in the All-Star Game. Perhaps fatigue was a factor. However, of the three Derby winners who did homer, two went on to win the All-Star MVP. Here is is a list of Derby winners, with players who homered in the big game bolded:

2013Yoenis Cespedes
2012Prince Fielder
2011Robinson Cano
2010David Ortiz
2009Prince Fielder
2008Justin Morneau
2007Vladimir Guerrero
2006Ryan Howard
2005Bobby Abreu
2004Miguel Tejada
2003Garret Anderson (won MVP Award)
2002Jason Giambi
2001Luis Gonzalez
2000Sammy Sosa
1999Ken Griffey, Jr.
1998Ken Griffey, Jr.
1997Tino Martinez
1996Barry Bonds
1995Frank Thomas
1994Ken Griffey, Jr.
1993Juan Gonzalez
1992Mark McGwire
1991Cal Ripken, Jr. (won MVP Award)
1990Ryne Sandberg
1989Eric Davis; Ruben Sierra
1988Postponed by rain
1987Andre Dawson
1986Darryl Strawberry; Wally Joyner
1985Dave Parker