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Pro Playoff Pick'em

Fun Competition

  • Our challenging pick-em style game runs during the post-season through to the World Series
  • Easy to play - just pick and hold 1 player from each of the 12 groups
  • $12.95 low entry package price - no additional fees
  • Prizes for the top 100 participants
  • Create a buddy league and challenge your friends

Big Time Prizes

PRIZES
$2,500 Perfect Entry Bonus!
1st Place $1,000
2nd $500
3rd $250
4th - 5th $100

Easy to Play

  • Pick one (1) player or pitching staff from each of the twelve (12) groups and hold through the postseason
  • Play begins with the Wild Card Round and ends with the 2022 World Series
  • Your players score points based on their on-field playoff performance

Entry Options

Complete Package for $12.95:
Premium Internet Reports and Live, In-Game Stats

Season Pass members:
Use your FREE team included with your membership and get all the advantages of a Complete Entry

Playoffs begin on Friday, October 7th.

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