For a one-night event, the Home Run Derby attracts a lot of interest. For that matter, there are many different factors that ultimately affect the outcome of it.

Will there be any new records set in this year’s Derby? How many home runs will it take to win it, and who will do so? Will there be another performance reminiscent of Brandon Inge’s no-show last year? How will the hitters be able to take advantage of the size and shape of the venue?

For starters, here are some of the dimensions for Angels Stadium of Anaheim: 330 feet to left and right field, 387 feet to left-center, 370 feet to right-center, and 400 feet to straightaway center field.

These are some of the questions that will surround the Home Run Derby in the days prior to it. Based on the strength of the field, dimensions of Angels Stadium of Anaheim, and the experience of the competitors, here are some odds on who will come out on top in the 2010 Home Run Derby.

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