SAN DIEGO — Giancarlo Stanton of the Miami Marlins cranked out 61 home runs over three rounds to win the Home Run Derby Monday night at Petco Park.

Stanton hit 41 homers in the first two rounds of the Home Run Derby to advance to the championship round against defending champion Todd Frazier of the Chicago White Sox.

Stanton defeated Baltimore Orioles outfielder Mark Trumbo, 17-13, in one semifinal matchup with 14 of his shots carrying more than 440 feet.

Frazier defeated Adam Duvall of the Cincinnati Reds 16-15 on the final swing of their semifinal match. Frazier had two home runs of more than 440 feet in the round with a long of 448 feet. None of the 15 home runs by Duvall topped 435 feet in the semifinals.

Stanton put on a serious display of power in the first round to rout former Home Run Derby champion Robinson Cano of the Seattle Mariners, 24-7. Fourteen of Stanton’s homers in the first round also travelled more than 440 feet, topped by a 497-foot drive. The longest drive by Cano was recorded at 452 feet.

Last year, in the first season of the timed format, no hitter topped 15 in the first round. This season, both Stanton and Trumbo did. Trumbo defeated Corey Seager of the Los Angeles Dodgers 16-15, although Trumbo did not need the 30-second bonus round.

Ten of Trumbo’s shots travelled more than 440 feet with a long of 479. Seager’s longest homer travelled 455 feet.

Duvall eliminated Wil Myers of the All-Star Game host San Diego Padres 11-10 with 84 seconds remaining on the four-minute clock. Pitching to Myers was his 19-year-old brother Bea, who hit the Padres first baseman on the left shoulder with one of his throws. Myers had not been hit by a pitch during the first half of the season.

Frazier defeated Carlos Gonzalez of the Colorado Rockies, 13-12, with 39 seconds remaining. Gonzalez’s elimination meant all three contestants from the National League West were knocked out in the first round.

ALL-STAR NOTES: Boston Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel underwent a successful left knee arthroscopy and partial medial meniscectomy surgery on Monday afternoon. The procedure was performed by head team orthopedist Dr. Peter Asnis at Massachusetts General Hospital, and Kimbrel is expected to miss three to six weeks while recovering. Kimbrel, acquired in an offseason trade with San Diego, sustained the injury while catching fly balls in the outfield during batting practice before last Friday’s game against Houston. The 28-year-old flamethrower was placed on the 15-day disabled list Saturday with a left knee medial meniscus tear. Kimbrel, named an All-Star for the fifth time in his career, is 1-3 with a 3.55 ERA and 17 saves in 34 appearances this season. Toronto’s Aaron Sanchez (9-1, 2.97 ERA) replaced Kimbrel on the American League All-Star roster for Tuesday night’s Midsummer Classic in San Diego.