Home Run Derby Rules
The team in each division that raised the most money by the cutoff time on the day of the tournament will compete in the Home Run Derby. The teammates will compete against each other, and there will be one Home Run Derby winner from each division.
A designated pitcher will be provided.
The Home Run Derby will consist of 2 rounds.
In the first round, each player will get to hit as many home runs as they can, before they make 7 outs.
An out is any swing that does not result in a home run over the fence.
If the batter does not swing at a pitch, it does not count as an out.
The 2 players (or more, if players are tied for second place) who hit the most home runs in the first round will advance to the Championship round.
In the Championship round, each player will get to hit as many home runs as they can, before making 7 outs.
The batter who hits the most home runs in the Championship round wins.
If there is a tie, there will be a sudden “victory” round, with each batter getting 1 swing at a time, until a winner is produced.