Helping A Charity Could Win You World Series Tickets

State Farm and Major League Baseball are teaming up to support a charity of your choice and give you the opportunity to be in the crowd for the World Series.

From the official contest website:

If your name is drawn, you win a trip for two to games #3 and #4 of the 2010 MLB® World Series® and your charity will receive $100 for every home run hit by a player in the MLB that week (up to $25,000). At the end of the season, the charity with the most total entries will be awarded $25,000.

The process is simple. After registering on the site, login and play a simple “Home Run Derby” style game. Every home run you hit earns you another entry in the contest, up to 10 entries per week.

I-70 Baseball would like to request that you support the charity Pitch In For Baseball. You can do this by choosing Public Benefit from the Category drop down and then choosing Pitch In For Baseball from the charity drop down.

Why Pitch In For Baseball?

From their website:

Pitch In For Baseball spreads America’s pastime to kids all over the world. From getting out and having fun, to learning about sportsmanship and teamwork, baseball is a great activity for all kids. To share our beloved sport, we collect and deliver new and gently-used youth baseball and softball equipment to underserved communities around the globe.

So go by the website and sign up to win your World Series tickets, throw some support behind a great baseball charity, and have some fun in the process.

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