The 2019 MLB All-Star Home Runner Competition was staged on the Cleveland Indians’home front court. Peter Alonso won three consecutive rounds of home run with goodbye and won the home run championship.
Peter Alonso has also become the second rookie to win the home run competition after Alon Jatch, and the first Metropolitan player to enjoy the home run Championship alone.
In the first round, Jock Peterson, Valladimir Guerrero and Ronald Akunia reached the semi-finals below the limit respectively, while the second seed Peter Alonso also reached the semi-finals in the last second second, killing Carlos Santana at home. In the semi-finals, Jock Peterson and Valladimir Grero played a brilliant match. Grero experienced a “three overtime” victory over Peterson, while in another group, Peter Alonso whistled to the death of Ronald Akunia.
In the final, Peter Alonso again beat Valladimir Guerrero Jr. to win the championship in regular time.
No. 8 seed, Valladimir Guerrero Jr. was the first to hit the field. When Guerrero had two minutes and 52 seconds left in regular time, he hit a five-point home run. He asked for a second pause with 1:52 seconds left in the regular time. After the pause, he fired all the time. At the end of the regular time, he hit 20 home runs. Two more home runs were made in 30 seconds of reward time. The farthest home run is 463 feet, with an average distance of 432 feet and a maximum distance of 114 miles per hour.
No. 2 seed Pete Alonso backhand hit. He asked for the first timeout with 2:47 seconds to go before he hit seven home runs. With 1 minute and 02 seconds left in regular time, he again asked for a pause, when he hit 18 home runs, four from his opponent. With 18 seconds to go, Peter Alonso hit the 23rd home run in this round. Goodbye, Grero won the home run championship. The farthest home run is 459 feet, with an average distance of 421 feet and a maximum speed of 113 miles per hour.