Sounds like we’ll see these guys in the @TMobile #HRDerby. 🔊#ThisIsMyCrew pic.twitter.com/dubRU3gHms— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) June 30, 2019The reigning National League Most Valuable Player told reporters after the game (per Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) that he will take part.MORE: Sign up for DAZN and watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a live MLB whiparound show Yelich was voted into the All-Star Game last week as a starter for the National League. He leads the major leagues with 29 home runs, one more than Mets rookie first baseman Pete Alonso, who also disclosed last week that he would participate in the Derby on July 8. After Bell told Yelich that he had accepted a Derby invite, Yelich indicated that he, too, would compete. Christian Yelich broke some news Saturday night: He will compete in the Home Run Derby the night before this year’s MLB All-Star Game in Cleveland.Yelich’s “announcement” came when Fox Sports replayed audio of the Brewers outfielder speaking to Pirates first baseman Josh Bell before their game at Miller Park. The network had wired Yelich for sound.