The Major League Baseball Player’s Association has launched Infield Chatter, their own content platform, and you can win $1 million.

The Major League Baseball Player’s Association, in support of their recent launch of the Infield Chatter app, has announced the 2017 Infield Chatter $1 Million “Sweep The Series Challenge.” All you have to do is download the new app, register for the contest and correctly predict the winner and score of each World Series game and the MVP of the Fall Classic.

Piece of cake, right?

Infield Chatter is a groundbreaking app created by the players themselves in an effort to more easily connect with their fans in a light-hearted manner while providing an in-depth look behind the scenes in the clubhouse and on the field before and after games. The official app of the MLBPA is by the players, for the fans.

“Sweep The Series Challenge” entrants can begin submitting their predictions of Series game scores and the Series MVP 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. Entrants taking advantage of the pre-registration period will be notified by e-mail once the World Series matchup is set and selections and predictions can be made. The official rules and all that good fine print can be found here.

But wait — it gets better. For every download of the new app, MLBPA will make a donation to aid in the disaster relief efforts in the United States, Puerto Rico and the rest of the Caribbean and Mexico.

Here’s a small sample of the type of content you will be able to enjoy after downloading Infield Chatter.

So, to sum things up — all you need to do is go download the Infield Chatter app, go to the official page for the “Sweep the Series Challenge” and make your picks after the conclusion of the ALCS. It’s a win-win-win for everyone. You get awesome content from MLB’s best players, a shot at a million bucks and help make a donation to those most impacted by the recent string of natural disasters.

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