Christian Yelich is confident his swing won't be impacted by Monday's Home Run Derby.
"Basically, (the) Home Run Derby is batting practice," the Milwaukee Brewers star said Thursday, according to ESPN. "It's just trying to hit home runs with every swing. I'm not worried in the slightest about a swing change or it ruining my swing. Anybody that's educated in the manner understands it's going to be just fine.
"It's batting practice. Each round is four minutes. How much damage can you do to your swing in four minutes? It's 12 total minutes if you go all the way.
Yelich, this season's home run leader (31), is the No. 1 seed in the event at Progressive Field in Cleveland and doesn't think there's any correlation between taking part and a decline in performance.