Chris Berman said the word "BACK" 78 times last night, 66 of which were in reference to home runs. That's about .62 "BACK"s per homer, a figure we assume is much lower than in previous years. Here's a breakdown of each player's traditional and Berman statistics (distance data from MLB.com):

PlayerTotal HRTotal BACKBACKs Per HRAvg DistLongestTotal Dist
Cano32290.9143347213856
Gonzalez31120.3942045213020
Ortiz1320.154264595538
Fielder14120.864324746048
Holliday710.144204432940
Bautista430.754014121604
Weeks341.334204271260
Kemp231.50425427850

Matt Kemp and Rickie Weeks were the only players whose "BACK" total exceeded their home run total — chalk that up to sympathy. If you just can't get enough Home Run Derby meta-analysis, here are the correlation coefficients between each statistic in the above table.

HR

BACK

BACKs/HR

Avg Dist

Longest

Total "BACK"

0.8218

BACKs per HR

-0.3245

0.1194

Average Dist

0.4384

0.5313

0.10

Longest

0.7099

0.6495

-0.33

0.8298

Total Dist

0.9997

0.8323

-0.32

0.4522

0.7193