Kyle Schwarber goes deep 19 times but falls short in Home Run Derby originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia
Schwarber and Pujols tied with 13 in their three-minute round, with Pujols winning the one-minute swing-off 7 to 6.
Schwarber, who is second in the majors to Aaron Judge with 29 longballs, had the second-shortest odds to win the Derby, behind only back-to-back champion Pete Alonso.
This was the second Derby for Schwarber, the runner-up in 2018 to Bryce Harper.
Juan Soto won the night, beating Mariners rookie sensation Julio Rodriguez 19-18 in the final round. It was the youngest Home Run Derby final ever with the 23-year-old Soto and 21-year-old Rodriguez.
Schwarber is a busy man this week and will represent the Phillies in Tuesday's All-Star Game from Dodger Stadium. Wednesday and Thursday are complete off days and the Phils resume their season Friday night at home against the Cubs.