Don’t Blink Crown Stays Home
For the first time in its history. The Don’t Blink Home Run Crown will be staying at home in the Bahamas.
Don’t Blink Crown Stays Home. (Photo by 10th Year Senior Media) Finally, in its 5th year, the home-run-crown stays at home. In short, it was guaranteed to stay home because the two finalists were locals.
Don’t Blink Crown stays at Home. B J Murray became the 2022 Derby winner hitting eight out-of-ten home runs into the ocean to edge out Trent Deveaux 9 home runs to 8. Oh Yes!
The Launching Paths and the Player’s Arrival.
Not to mention, the beautiful Launching Path for blasting the baseballs into the waters, and believe you me, they were being launched. With the stage all set up, then came the arrival of the 2022 Derby participants led by 2021 winner M J Melendez and 2020 winner Lewis Brinson.
So, the excitement is now building, the fans are pouring in, the music is blasting, and the cameras are rolling. It is now time to get the show on the road.
Oh yeah, and here comes the life of the party, the Minnesota Twins Nick Gordon.
My horse in the race is Nick Gordon, who always promises me that he will get it this time. I love to watch this guy hit the baseball. By the way, Gordon was the only player to hit the red banner on the Barge sitting out in the center of the water for some extra promised cash.
The Team Competition:
Above all, the winner is Team Fox. Yes, the team’s line-up was stacked; however, Team Fox out-slugged Team Isaacs. Beyond words, in the team competition, you had to be there to witness the display of power. For instance, by about midway, the compo started to heat up with players hitting bombs after bombs.
Furthermore, you had to be there to watch the baseballs blast off into the Ocean. For instance, there were some monster shots and some loud liftoffs. In this case, Team Fox came out with the win and now leads the derby three wins to two over Team Isaacs.
Enjoy the lift-offs:
See You All Next Year, for Don’t Blink 2023 HR Derby in Paradise: