During Fox's television broadcast of the game Saturday night between the Brewers and Pittsburgh Pirates at Miller Park, Christian Yelich agreed to wear a microphone so the announcing crew could "spy" on his conversations.
At one point, Yelich talked with Pirates first baseman Josh Bell on the field about the two competing in the All-Star Game Home Run Derby. Considering no names have been announced by MLB for that annual competition, it was something of a scoop.
After the game, Yelich made it official that he would be competing in the Home Run Derby in Cleveland. He is leading the major leagues with 29 home runs, so it makes a lot of sense.