Participants in tonight’s State Farm Home Run Derby will tweet throughout the competition, marking the first time that players will use social media during a live event. So if you need to read a Major League Baseball player’s take on the Home Run Derby — “U C That? Wow!”; “Home Run!” — then by all means follow along for their unique insights.
ESPN will broadcast the event from Chase Field in Arizona starting at 8 p.m. ET.
Participants such as David Ortiz (@davidortiz), Jose Bautista (@JoeyBats19) and Matt Kemp (@TheRealMattKemp) will be tweeting on their accounts, and so will other All-Stars including Heath Bell (@HeathBell21), Gio Gonzalez (@GioGonzalez47), Hunter Pence (@HunterPence9), Brandon Phillips (@DatDudeBP), Gaby Sanchez (@GabySanchez215), Justin Upton (@RealJustinUpton), C.J. Wilson (@str8edgeracer), Howie Kendrick (@HKendrick47) and Joel Hanrahan (@hanrahan4457).
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