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The T-Mobile Home Run Derby on Monday night showcased Major League Baseball's best sluggers in all their majesty, with Aaron Judge, Miguel Sano, Cody Bellinger and Giancarlo Stanton putting on a fireworks display.

Judge, the Yankees phenom, took home the Derby Crown this year, putting on the best rookie performance in history.

Now, with some help from our friends over at Getty Images, we've put together a photo essay of the best moments from the night, a unique look at what it's like to be on the field the night of the Derby.

Relive the magic. And admire those dingers.

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Marlins Park was filled with energy Monday night, with the fans screaming for Marlins sluggers Stanton and Justin Bour as they took their hacks.

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Miami native Pitbull kicked off the festivities. Mr. Worldwide's outfit definitely raised some eyebrows -- if you are going to tuck in your jersey, people are going to notice -- but he definitely didn't fail to add some hometown flair to the exhibition.

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As our own Cliff Corcoran noted prior to Monday night, the Derby was loaded with exciting talents. From left to right: Mike Moustakas, Bellinger, Judge, Stanton, Gary Sanchez, Bour, Charlie Blackmon and Sano.

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At the Derby, players become fans. Here, we see Kenley Jansen -- a guy who has the top K/BB ratio in the league and is the closer for the best team in the National League -- manning a camera like he's a member of the press.

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Corey Kluber brought his kids to take in the festivities, and what kid wouldn't want to have a front row seat to watch these home runs?

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Chris Sale watched the action with his son. The southpaw will be starting the All-Star Game for the American League.

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Stanton was hoping to defend his Derby crown, which would put him in some very cool company. But in the first round, he lost to the Yankees' Sanchez.

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Both Bellinger and Judge have taken the league by storm and they both impressed again on Monday night, showing off their immense power.

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Bellinger would hit 15 home runs in the first round to top Blackmon and move on to the semis. His 15th homer went a mere 446 feet. No biggie. He would fall to Judge in the semis, 13-12, but had an impressive showing nonetheless.

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Jose Ramirez, who has had an amazing season for the Indians, took out his phone and recorded some of the action for safekeeping.

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The biggest Miami star in this Derby was undoubtedly Bour, who put on an absolute clinic in the first round. He had the unenviable position of going up against Judge, but made sure that he didn't disappoint the crowd, mashing an incredible 22 home runs. He was clearly amped by the moment, even stopping to take a little donut break.

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Sanchez and Sale have faced each other before and will do so countless times again in one of baseball's biggest rivalries. And yet the admiration flows freely between All-Star Game and Derby participants.

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Sano made sure to put his stamp on the Derby this year, paving a path all the way to the finals by swatting 11 home runs to beat Moustakas and Sanchez in the first round and the semis, respectively. He was considered a sleeper to win it all and proved that his .538 slugging percentage for the Twins this season is no fluke.

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Fans were eager to catch a ball all night (and rightfully so!). Mitts were outstretched in the outfield and phones were at the ready as the balls came flying out of the ballpark. Overall, the eight-player field combined to hit 195 home runs.

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If you tuned in for even a minute on Monday night, you'd know that the star of the Derby was undoubtedly Judge. The behemoth hit a total of 47 home runs on the night, including four blasts that went more than 500 feet. He actually hit 23 in the first round alone to top Bour in arguably the greatest matchup in Derby history.

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"All rise" was the theme of the night (and trending on Twitter), and even the most ardent Yankee haters were likely won over by Judge by the time the Derby ended. The robes made their way all the way from Yankee Stadium to Marlins Park.

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On TV, you see all the up-close camera action but if you're at the plate, here's what the Derby truly looks like … two cameras are pointed right at you while you try your best to hit balls into the stratosphere.

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Danilo Valiente, Yankees batting practice pitcher, threw to both Sanchez and Judge at the Derby. Valiente has been in New York for a decade after arriving in the U.S. from Cuba in 2006. He jumped into Judge's arms after the slugger won it all, giving fans one of the most heartwarming moments of the night.

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What makes Judge most likeable is his ability to remain humble. It was his night, but you never felt like he wanted the spotlight -- he simply thrived in it.

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And to think, that was just the opening act for the All-Star Game. What a night. For the kid. For the participants. For the fans. For baseball. For everyone.