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Don’t Blink 2021 Moved
Don’t Blink 2021 Moved. The annual Home Run Derby is usually held on the 2nd weekend of January was move to December.
The 4th annual Don’t Blink Home Run Derby in Paradise will be on December 18th, 2021. Postponed from an earlier date because of the Covid-19 virus, said an event spokesman.
Right now, we are planning for more events during the week leading up to the derby on the 18th. Most of all, we will be bringing new and exciting events for fans and kids alike this time around.
Years 1,2 & 3:
A new thing. A home run derby on the beach in the Bahamas, what a great idea by Todd Isaacs Jr and Lucius Fox Jr. Coming up with such an idea for minor league players.
The first year, it seems as if the whole island showed up on the beach for the big showdown. The finals between Bo Bichette and Todd Isaacs Jr were nothing short of exciting.
2018 & 2019 derby champion
In the end, the balls were flying off the bat of Bo. Smashing home runs after home run, beyond the boundary in the sea. In this case, Bo Bichette was crowned champion. Year two was just as exciting, once again won by Bo Bichette.
2020 derby champion
Similarly, in year three, and the two-time champion as a spectator. Thus, saw a new champion in the person of Marlins Lewis Brinson. As a result, of his explosive bat. Balls came off his bat like a rocket lounger into the sea. I was excited and happy for him.
Don’t Blink 2021 Moved:
Consequently, Covid-19 interfered with a plan to move the derby to a later date. To begin with, the organizers were looking for new dates.
In conclusion, new dates would be more convenient for the week of activities leading up to the derby. As the organizers continue to work on their new details, they will be updating the public.
Awaiting Home Run Derby in Paradise 2021:
For the most part, this breathtaking venue will sit in its natural beauty until the arrival of Don’t Blink 2021. Stay tuned for the sights and sounds of the 4th annual Don’t Blink Home Run Derby in Paradise.
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