Try to hit a HR at your local T-Mobile store; win World Series tickets by picking the HR Derby winner4
With the MLB All-Star game to take place in San Diego's Petco Park on Monday, T-Mobile is giving you the opportunity to hit a Home Run on the field. All you have to do is visit your local T-Mobile store to see if you can knock the ball out of the park. It is all being done via VR of course, and you are welcome to visit one of the carrier's 2,200 stores nationwide to attempt to do what many call the hardest feat to accomplish in sports. The T-Mobile Home Run Derby VR Experience will also be available at the MLB All-Star Fan Fest in San Diego.
In addition, T-Mobile is giving away four tickets to Game 1 of the 2016 World Series. All you have to do is predict how the Home Run derby will play out by picking the winner of each bracket in the T-Mobile Home Run Derby Bracket Challenge. Go to www.mlb.com/bracketchallenge, or open up the best team sports app in existence, MLB's AtBat. You can start making your selections now. right up until 7:59pm on Monday.
Speaking of AtBat, T-Mobile subscribers are allowed to install the premium version of the app for free. If you love baseball, this is a reason to switch to the nation's third largest carrier, um, right off the bat. With the upgraded version, fans can hear both road and home radio broadcasts of every game. And MLB.TV subscribers can stream game after game after game without consuming any of their high speed data. That's because MLB.TV is a Binge On provider.