Joe DiMaggio’s 56-game hitting streak might never be snapped, but baseball fans can score some serious dough by surpassing his legendary mark by making just a few lucky clicks each day.
Fantasy911.com is hosting a free “Beat the Streak” contest, challenging fans to go on their own “hitting streak” by selecting one MLB player each day. If the selected player gets a hit, you earn a “hit” and continue on with the streak. If someone breaks the 56-game “hitting” streak, Fantasy911.com will pay them $10,000. Even if nobody breaks the streak, the website will award the person with the longest streak $500.
Check out the rules below.
How To Play
The object of the Beat The Hit Streak game is to develop a hit streak of your own, using real-time statistics from professional baseball players. Select one player each day from a list of active players and earn a “hit” if your selected player gets a hit in that day’s game. String together multiple days in which you earn a “hit” and win great prizes, if you have the longest hit streak at the end of baseball regular season. Note that we only keep the longest hit streak of each member throughout the season; therefore, each member can only claim at most one prize at the end of the season.
Select a Player Each Day
Each day during the season, you can select one player from the list of that day’s active players. There is no limit on how many times you can select a player throughout the season – if you want to ride the hot streak of one player, or choose a new hitter each day, it is all up to you.
For each daily player selection you make, you must select your player prior to the official start time of that players game. If you fail to select a player prior to the Player Selection Deadline (when no players are remaining on the choose hitters page), you will not earn a “hit” for that day and your current hit streak will be reset to zero.
Participants can join the Beat The Hit Streak Challenge game at any time during the regular season.
Beat The Hit Streak runs from the opening pitch of the first regular season game from each season, to the end of the last regular season game of each season (playoff games are not included).