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Fantasy



MLB.com All-Star Scoreboard Challenge
 
Prizes

Cash prizes will be awarded in the form of a check in U.S. dollars. Prizes are non-transferable and non-assignable, with no cash redemptions except in MLBAM's sole and absolute discretion. MLBAM reserves the right to substitute a prize (or portion thereof) with one of comparable or greater value at its sole and absolute discretion. The winner is fully responsible for any and all applicable federal, state, provincial and local taxes (including income and withholding taxes). All costs and expenses associated with prize acceptance and use not specified herein as being provided, including, but not limited to, lodging, all transportation costs, meals, gratuities, souvenirs and all other expenses incurred by accepting the prize are the sole responsibility of the winner. All prize details are at the sole discretion of the MLBAM. NOTE: NO PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED IF NO PARTICIPANT ACCUMULATES AT LEAST SIXTY (60) POINTS.

Perfect Prize

One (1) eligible participant, if any, to correctly predict every half-inning run total (18 total half innings plus extra inning totals, if any), and final AL and NL hit and error totals ("Perfect Prize"), as determined by MLBAM in its sole discretion, will win ten thousand dollars (US$10,000). For the avoidance of doubt, a maximum of one (1) Perfect Prize will be awarded for the entire Contest.

NOTE: PERFECT PRIZE WILL ONLY BE AWARDED IF AN ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANT CORRECTLY PREDICTS EVERY HALF-INNING RUN TOTAL (18 TOTAL HALF INNINGS PLUS EXTRA INNING TOTALS, IF ANY), AND FINAL AL AND NL HIT AND ERROR TOTALS.

Grand Prize

If no participant correctly predicts every half-inning run total (18 total half innings plus extra inning totals, if any), and final AL and NL hit and error totals, the eligible participant with the most points greater than or equal to sixty (60) points will win two (2) tickets to the 2011 MLB All-Star Game to be played at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona (the "Grand Prize") (Approximate retail value of Grand Prize: US$300).

NOTE: GRAND PRIZE WILL ONLY BE AWARDED IF (I) NO ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANT CORRECTLY PREDICTS EVERY HALF-INNING RUN TOTAL (18 TOTAL HALF INNINGS PLUS EXTRA INNING TOTALS, IF ANY), AND FINAL AL AND NL HIT AND ERROR TOTALS, AND (II) AN ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANT ACCUMULATES AT LEAST SIXTY (60) POINTS.

TRANSPORTATION TO/FROM THE 2011 MLB ALL-STAR GAME AND LODGING NOT INCLUDED. Seat locations at the 2011 MLB All-Star Game shall be selected by MLBAM at its sole and absolute discretion. Major League Baseball game, event and exhibition dates and times are determined in the sole discretion of the Office of the Commissioner of Baseball and may be subject to change. Grand Prize winner's companions must be of twenty-one (21) years of age or older. Grand Prize does not include tickets to All-Star Sunday, Home Run Derby, All-Star Workout Day, MLB All-Star FanFest or any other event or exhibition during the 2011 MLB All-Star Week apart from the 2011 MLB All-Star Game. The terms and conditions of the tickets awarded as prizes will govern in the event the 2011 MLB All-Star Game is not played due to weather, an act of God, an act of terrorism, civil disturbance or any other reason. Winner and his/her guest(s) agree to comply with all applicable stadium regulations in connection with the Grand Prize. The applicable MLB Entities reserve the right to remove or to deny entry to winner and/or his/her guest(s) who engage(s) in a non-sportsmanlike or disruptive manner, or with intent to annoy, abuse, threaten or harass any other person at the game, event or exhibition.

Tiebreakers

In the event of a tie for any prize, tiebreakers will be used among the remaining tied participants in the following order:

1. Participant whose selection is closest to the total number of combined extra base hits by both the American and National League;

2. Participant whose selection is closest to the total number of combined strikeouts by both the American and National League; and

3. MLBAM will administer a timed baseball trivia quiz, testing the tied participants' knowledge of Major League Baseball, until the tie is broken.