1) Choose a good piece of lumber.
2) Launch a couple bombs into the bleachers.
3) Tweet about it.
David Ortiz, Jose Bautista and Matt Kemp will communicate with their tweeps throughout the three-round event, MLB.com reports. Other All-Stars gathered for the festivities will tweet along.
Texas Rangers pitcher C.J. Wilson — purported to be the first MLB player on Twitter — tweeted last week that he'll "be shooting HD video and sick photos during the Home Run Derby! And tweet live about it!"
Who can say no to sick photos from a home run derby?
Here are the Twitter handles for the main participants: