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1950-2018
Our Sixty-Eighth Year
The Oldest Continuously-Active Contest in Sport

Getting all of it

Mookie Betts, .359. leads MLB by 27 points at All-Star Break; hitting .362 on May 14, hes been top of heap since Deadline; Altuve, JD Martinez, Gennett, Markakis/ Segura (tied) top 5.

Red Sox RF Mookie Betts belts a grand slam in the bottom of the 4th Thursday night on the 13th pitch of his at-bat off Toronto Blue Jays starting LHP J.A. Happ. Despite a trip to the DL from late May to mid-June, Betts has been remarkably consistent, never hitting below .337. Is this a career year, or are we seeing a modern-day Dimaggio? More immediately, is Mookie on your Ballot?.
(AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)
2018 Weekly Contest Winners
Week Ending Member Average
7/15 Robert Mills 365
7/8 Fritz Wiltman 359
7/1 Brian Rohde 331
6/24 Barbara Carvalho 351
6/17 Alex Khaddar 345
6/10 Matthew Tropeano 338
6/03 Jack Glidden 378
5/27 Bruce White 336
5/20 Sarah Rohde 369

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