MLB Postseason Prediction Challenge begins October 7! Your invitation

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Hello, Prediction Challenges Players and Baseball Fans! The Fall Classic is approaching.

The Prediction Challenge! game is back, beginning with the Division Series that are scheduled to start on Thursday, October 7. (The Division Series participants will be determined by the Wild Card games scheduled for October 5 & 6.)

The MLB Postseason Prediction Challenge! challenges you to pick the series winners, and the number of games it will take them to win, from the four Division Series through the final out of the World Series.

The more accurate your predictions, the higher your score! The best player will win cash prizes!

Each round of the baseball playoffs is equally important to win this contest, adding to the drama…there are 100 points up for grabs in each of the three rounds. Predictions are submitted prior to each round.

Interested?  Cost is $10 CAD. All proceeds go into the prize pool. There is no limit to the number of players!

Entry is simple: in the first of the three rounds, predict the result of each of the four Division Series. Complete the Entry Form before the first Division Series pitch!

There’s no limit to the number of players or entries. Enter now!

Full rules | Prize Breakdown | 2020 Results

One Response to MLB Postseason Prediction Challenge begins October 7! Your invitation

  1. With the Red Sox and Dodgers winning the Wild Card games, our matchups are set! Entries are due Thursday.

    Good luck!

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