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From Cal Ripken Jr. to Mark Trumbo, here’s how Orioles stars have fared at the Home Run Derby

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Orioles shortstop Miguel Tejada won the 2004 Home Run Derby, swatting a then-record 27 total home runs at Minute Maid Park in Houston. Tejada, a late substitute for the New York Yankees’ Jason Giambi, edged out hometown favorite Lance Berkman of the Astros in the final round, 5-4, becoming the first Oriole to win the contest since Cal Ripken Jr. in 1991. (AP photo)

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Source: Baltimore Sun