Fielder out in first round of Home Run Derby

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by WDJT Sports

NEW YORK - Prince Fielder won't get a chance to tie Ken Griffey Junior's all-time record of three Home Run Derby titles. At least not this year.

The former Brewer hit five home runs in the first round of the derby, but didn't hit enough homers to advance to the second round of the contest. Fielder did manage to hit one especially long shot, measured at 483 feet.

Major League Baseball's All-Star Game happens tomorrow. Carlos Gomez and Jean Segura represent the Brewers in that game.

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