Break baseball’s toughest record — the legendary 56-game hitting streak Be the first to reach 57 games and win $5.6 Million
Sweepstakes Rating: Okay
Eligibility: US, DC, Canada, (excluding Quebec), age of majority. If you are not already a member of MLB.com, you must become one before you can register to participate in the Contest (membership is free), regardless of method of entry.
Entry Dates: March 30, 2014 and ends following the conclusion of the final game of the 2014 MLB regular season
Beat the Streak Application Entry:
Select one or two Major League Baseball player(s) on any game day, from a list displayed by MLB.com of MLB players who are on a MLB Club’s active roster on that game day. If the player you select gets at least one hit in the game for which you selected him, your streak continues. If the player you select does not get a hit, you can still participate, but your streak automatically ends and will be set to zero. You can make your daily player selections for up to ten (10) calendar days in the future. You can select any player as many times as you want over the course of the Contest Period. If you choose to not make a selection on any game day, your streak will not end.
One (1) Grand Prize: the first eligible participant, if any, to achieve at least a fifty-seven (57) game hitting streak, as determined by MLBAM in its sole discretion, will win $5,600,000. Grand Prize will only be awarded if an eligible participant achieves a hit streak greater than or equal to fifty-seven (57), as determined by MLBAM, in accordance with these Official Rules.
One (1) Top Streak Prize: If no participant achieves a 57-game hitting streak or greater during the Contest Period, as determined by MLBAM, the eligible participant with the longest hitting streak during the Contest Period greater than or equal to twenty (20) will win $10,000. For the avoidance of doubt, the Top Streak Prize will be awarded to the eligible participant that earned the longest hitting streak during the Contest Period, not the longest active hitting streak at the time the Contest Period ends.