MLB – Season Pick ’em Contest – Win be awarded in the form of a check in US dollars as one lump sum
American League champion (“Challenge #1”)
National League champion (“Challenge #2”)
World Series champion (“Challenge #3”)
American League Home Run leader (individual player) (“Challenge #4”)
National League Home Run leader (individual player) (“Challenge #5”)
American League Most Valuable Player Award winner (“Challenge #6”)
National League Most Valuable Player Award winner (“Challenge #7”)
American League Cy Young Award winner (“Challenge #8”)
National League Cy Young Award winner (“Challenge #9”)
SelectionsWhen making a Selection for the Player-specific Challenges (i.e. Challenge #4 through Challenge #9), you must either select one (1) Player from a list displayed by Sponsor or write in the full name of any other name you choose, including active Players as well as potential future Player as of the Lock Time. If any other Player(s) in the Season has the same name (i.e. same exact spelling of the first and last name) as a Player you select, you will be eligible for Points (defined below) if any such Player(s) rank first in one of the categories.Sponsor in its sole discretion will review and determine the eligibility of all write-in submissions.When making a Selection for the Club-specific Challenges (i.e. Challenge #1 through Challenge #3), you must select among the thirty (30) Clubs that exist as of the Lock Time.Note: If a Club moves to a different city and/or changes its name during the Season, such Club will still be considered for purposes of accruing Points as if its location and/or name had not changed. There is no opportunity to write in a Club during the Entry process, so if MLB expands to more than thirty (30) Clubs during the Season, additional Club(s) will not be considered for purposes of this Contest.Selection DeadlineThe deadline for submitting an Entry is 2:00 p.m. ET on April 16, 2021 (the “Lock Time”). If you fail to submit an Entry before the Lock Time, you will not be eligible to participate in the Contest. Once you have submitted your Entry, you may change your Selections at any time prior to the Lock Time. New Selections will not be saved until you re-submit your Entry. No Entry may be revised after the Lock Time.Scoring; TiebreakersEach correct prediction is worth ten (10) points. The “Max Score” is the maximum number of points available for any Contest entry.In the event that a Challenge question has two (2) or more correct answers, all answers will be scored as correct for the contestant. (Example: If Mike Trout and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. tie for the lead in American League MVP voting, then Mike Trout and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. will both be considered co-MVPs and both would receive ten (10) points for any contestant who selected one (1) of the two (2) players.)The eligible participant who receives ninety (90) points and the Max Score based on the results of his/her entry, as determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion based on official results, will be deemed the winner of the Contest and Grand Prize (as defined below), subject to verification of eligibility and full compliance with the terms of these Official Rules. In the event of a tie, the tiebreaker questions will be used to determine the winner, as described below. IF THE MAX SCORE IS LESS THAN ninety (90) POINTS, THE GRAND PRIZE WILL NOT BE AWARDED. IF NO ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANT RECEIVES THE MAX SCORE, THE GRAND PRIZE WILL NOT BE AWARDED.
How many home runs will the MLB regular-season HR leader hit in 2021?
How many home runs will be hit in all MLB games in the 2021 regular season? (For reference, an average of 6,155 home runs were hit per regular season from 2017-2019.)
In the event that the tie is still not broken after applying the two (2) tiebreakers above, the Grand Prize will be divided equally among all tied, eligible participants.