MLB - Beat the Streak Contest (Expired)

Pick Which Players Will Score Hits to Win Up to $5.6 Million!

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Description:

MLB is challenging you to play a fantasy baseball game, where you guess which players will score a hit before each game. If your picks are good, you could win a whopping $5.6 million in cash from the MLB Beat the Streak Contest. If no one reaches the 57-streak threshold, one lucky person will receive $10,000.

This sweepstakes has expired.

Sweepstakes Links:

  • Sweepstakes Entry Form: http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/fantasy/bts/y2017/splash_index.jsp
  • Sweepstakes Rules: http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/fantasy/bts/y2017/index.jsp?content=rules
  • Sweepstakes Homepage: https://www.mlb.com/

Category:

Cash Sweepstakes, Creative Contests, Sports Sweepstakes, Mega Sweepstakes, One Entry Sweepstakes

Eligibility:

USA, 18+ and above the age of majority

Start Date:

April 02, 2017

End Date:

October 01, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. ET

Entry Frequency:

One time per person/email/telephone number

Sweepstakes Prizes:

Grand Prize: $5.6 million dollars. (ARV: $5,600,000)

Top Streak Prize: $10,000 dollars. (ARV: $10,000)

Additional Comments:

To enter, select one or two MLB players per qualifying game who you think will receive at least one hit during their game. If your players get a hit, your streak continues. While you can register only once, you can select players for each game day.

The grand prize will be awarded only if a streak of at least 57 games is achieved. Otherwise, the top streak prize will be awarded. In any case, only one prize will be awarded.

See the rules for complete instructions on how to enter.

The last day to enter is before the final game of the regular season, which is scheduled for October 1, 2017.