SAN FRANCISCO -- Milwaukee's Prince Fielder hit just three home runs (including one foul ball into McCovey Cove). Toronto's Alex Rios and Los Angeles' Vladimir Guerrero both tied Colorado's Matt Holliday with five and Guerrero brought the night's biggest cheers with a couple of titanic drives, one estimated at 449 feet and the other at 463 feet, carrying to the top row of the left-field bleachers. Guerrero made five outs before his first home run and then he really heated up.
Defending champion Ryan Howard is the last first-rounder coming to the plate. He needs to hit at least five to qualify for the second round. No one has put a ball into the Cove. Howard is certainly the best bet.