If you saw Brewers' outfielder Corey Hart step to the plate, the last thing you would probably think of is a guy leading the home run derby after the first round.
But Hart went up swinging and did so in a big way in the first round of the 2010 Home Run Derby from "The Big A" in Anaheim, CA.
He wasn't launching cheap home runs a few rows deep; they found a few of his home run balls in Newport Beach. He had a few home runs that he launched over 460 feet.
While Hart led after one round, it was Florida's Hanley Ramirez that surprised a few people, launching a 472-foot bomb to left field during his first round appearance. Ramirez would finish in second place after one round with nine first round home runs.
The final hitter of the night, Detroit's Miguel Cabrera, came out hitting tape measure shots, two of which landed halfway up the rock pile in dead center field. His longest was a 472-foot shot to center. His seven home runs were enough to put him into the second round.
Boston's David Ortiz finished with a very quiet eight home runs, St. Louis' Matt Holliday had five, the Yankees' Nick Swisher had four, Toronto's Vernon Wells had two, and Arizona's Chris Young had one.
After one round, moving on was Milwaukee's Corey Hart, Boston's David Ortiz, Detroit's Miguel Cabrera, and Florida's Hanley Ramirez.