Now that the captains have made their selections, the eight-man field in the 2012 Home Run Derby has been set.
National League captain Matt Kemp announced his team Sunday night, and he is bringing some heavy hitters in the form of Carlos Gonzalez, Carlos Beltran and Giancarlo Stanton.
Not to be outdone, reigning derby champion and American League captain Robinson Cano has comprised his own fearsome foursome, adding the trio of Prince Fielder, Jose Bautista and Mark Trumbo to the mix.
Home-field advantage might be on the line in the All-Star game itself, but the Home Run Derby is all about bragging rights—win, and you are the derby king—with the hardware to prove it.
Does Cano have what it takes to become the second player to win consecutive derby titles and the first since Ken Griffey Jr. accomplished the feat for the second time in 1998 and 1999?
Let's find out.