Thursday, October 19, 2017

2017 Infield Chatter $1 Million “Sweep The Series Challenge.

With the World Series nearly set to get underway, registration is now open for the 2017 Infield Chatter $1 Million “Sweep The Series Challenge. The Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA), its players and their mobile social community, Infield Chatter, have joined to offer fans a chance at a $1,000,000 for correctly predicting the winners and score of each World Series game, as well as the World Series MVP.

Beginning today, the first one million fans to download Infield Chatter – the mobile social community built by the MLBPA’s players for their fans – register for the “Sweep The Series Challenge” and make their picks, could win the $1,000,000. The MLBPA is encouraging fans to get involved in the contest early, by going to the Apple App Store, Google Play or to install the app and follow the prompts to register for the contest.  

“Sweep The Series Challenge” entrants can begin submitting their predictions following the conclusion of the League Championships Series round on October 22 (or earlier). Entrants can make their selections and predictions until 3pm EDT/Noon PDT on October 24, prior to Game 1 of the World Series. For those taking advantage of the pre-registration period, entrants will be notified by e-mail once the World Series matchup is set and selections and predictions can be made.

Additionally, as a part of the MLB players’ constant drive to give back and help their local communities, the players will donate for each install of the Infield Chatter app until the completion of the World Series to help disaster relief efforts in the United States, the Caribbean and Mexico.

To be eligible for the 2017 Infield Chatter “Sweep The Series Challenge”, entrants must be 13 years of age or older, be a resident of the U.S. and Canada, excluding Puerto Rico and Quebec, Canada, and anywhere else it is prohibited, and one of the first one million entrants to register.

Infield Chatter was created at the request of the MLB players themselves. Debuting in April 2017, the mobile social community from the MLBPA brings fans closer than ever to their favorite players, providing a unique avenue to interact and connect with the stars of the game. The first-of-its-kind platform seeks to become the dedicated mobile destination for players and their passionate fans, with more than 1,100 players already on board as registered users. For complete contest rules please visit


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