The 2017 MLB Home Run Derby arrives on Monday Night from Miami as the Marlins will be hosting All-Star festivities. One of the hometown favorites will be among the competitors too, as Giancarlo Stanton attempts to grab the victory in Miami. Other participants will include rookie sensations Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees and Cody Bellinger of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Here's the latest information on the MLB Home Run Derby participants, pairings, TV time and channel.

Who's participating?

This year's home run contest features eight competitors with first-round pairings already set up.

The bracket features seeds with hometown hero Giancarlo Stanton (23 HR) as the No. 1 seed taking on the Yankees' Gary Sanchez (13 HR), the No. 8 seed. The NY Yankees' rookie sensation Aaron Judge (29 HR) is the No. 2 seed and will battle Miami's Justin Bour (18 HR).

Kansas City Royals' third baseman Mike Moustakas (25 HR) so far this season and will be the No. 4 seed he takes on Miguel Sano (20 HR) in the bracket. The Dodgers' Cody Bellinger (24 HR) will be the No. 3 seed and battles No. 7 Charlie Blackmon (18 HR).

  • 1. Stanton vs 8. Sanchez
  • 4. Moustakas vs. 5. Sano
  • 3. Bellinger vs. 6. Blackmon
  • 2. Judge vs. 7. Bour

Of the participants in this year's Derby, Gary Sanchez of the Colorado Rockies has the lowest total with 13 home runs.

He had also been sidelined 21 games this season due to a right biceps injury.

Rookie Aaron Judge not only has the most home runs with 29 but also the farthest. He belted out a 495-foot home run on June 11. His 29 HRs is currently tied for a record with Joe DiMaggio for most HRs by a Yankees rookie, so far.

The Los Angeles Dodgers' rookie Cody Bellinger also set a record by becoming the fastest player in MLB history to hit 21 home runs, achieving the mark by June 19th as of his 51st game.

Time & TV Channel

The MLB Home Run Derby 2017 edition takes place on Monday, July 10th from Marlins Park. The event is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. Eastern Time or 5 p.m. Pacific. Live television coverage is available on ESPN with live streaming through the WatchESPN website or apps.

For a way to watch the home run derby live streaming for free, anyone with a hi-speed internet connection should consider signing up for a SlingTV subscription.

The channel streaming service is currently offered on a one-week free trial for all new customers and features ESPN as part of its basic channel package. More details can be obtained through the website.