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All-Star Challenge

Fun Competition

  • Exciting event runs MLB All-Star Weekend only!
  • Simply pick your favorite Futures and All-Star players
  • Enter for as low as $5!
  • Top 50 win prizes
  • Create a buddy league for your friends, co-workers and family members, and let the smack-talk begin

Big Time Prizes

PRIZES
$1,000 Perfect Entry Bonus!
1st Place $250
2nd $100
3rd $50
4th and 5th $20

Easy to Play

  • Pick one (1) player from each of the ten (10) groups
  • Your players score points based on their on-field performance using the unique H2H scoring system
  • Exciting game kicks off with the All-Star Futures Game and finishes with the 2018 MLB All-Star Game on July 17th

Entry Options

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Hurry! Deadline is Sunday, July 15th

Player News

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