Prince Fielder swings like a man who hates baseballs. He clubs them, really, and watching him in Monday's Home Run Derby created a chorus of oooohs as people waited to see in what faraway spot one of his blasts would land.

Many of Fielder's homers were moon shots, some even getting momentarily lost in the sky before falling. In all, Fielder sent 28 balls into the Kauffman Stadium seats or fountains, winning his second derby in four years by beating Toronto's Jose Bautista.

He became the only player other than Ken Griffey Jr. to win at least two derbies.