The concessionaire at Petco Park expects to sell 24,000 hot dogs, 16,000 orders of chicken fingers, 18,000 pounds of French fries, 98,000 peanuts and 45,000 bottles of water at the Home Run Derby and the All-Star Game.
Todd Frazier went down fighting Monday before losing to Giancarlo Stanton in the 2016 Home Run Derby.
Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton didn't make the 2016 All-Star Game, but made for one of the most memorable Home Run Derbys in the history of the event.
Stanton spent his Monday night launching mammoth shot after mammoth shot, bulldozing his way through the bracket.
He turned it up a little bit and was able to get to ten homer with just under two minutes to go but exhausted at the end to fall just a bit short of the repeat.
His average home run distance (414 feet) and speed off the bat (107.3 mph) are the longest and fastest of any player with 50 home runs since he joined the majors in 2010.
Stanton is not in Tuesday's All-Star game, but he proved his choice to come and compete in the Home Run Derby was a smart and entertaining decision. Two more landed just under the scoreboard in left.
Cano, who won the Home Run Derby in 2011 under a different format, had little chance of equaling the mark. This season, both Stanton and Trumbo did. Trumbo called a timeout. Seager's longest homer traveled 455 feet.
Eventual victor Stanton obliterated Robinson Cano with 24 shots, four shy of the all time single-round mark set by Bobby Abreu in 2005.
He beat defending champion Todd Frazier of the Chicago White Sox for the championship.
Stanton also discussed strategy and how he tried to conserve energy for later on in the event: "When I get a few in a row I would kind of bump it up 5 to 10 percent". Cano's longest drive was recorded at 452 feet. In the other semifinal, Frazier defeated Duvall 16-15.
Two of baseball's best teams in the first half, the Cubs and Rangers, couldn't have hid the All-Star break at a better time. A year after blasting 70 home runs, he - along with Sammy Sosa and Griffey - lit up the Boston skies in 1999. Home Run Derby purists, if such a type exist, will hang on to that for an undetermined amount of time and ask for an asterisk to be placed by Stanton's number.
It was Frazier's third consecutive appearance in the championship round, winning it last season in Cincinnati and finishing second the year before in Minneapolis.