Published On: July 8th, 2011

The Northwoods League has announced the Grand Prize winner of this season’s Northwoods League Fantasy Baseball game. Ray Koenig of Kendall, Wisconsin will have a once in a lifetime experience with Hall of Famer Paul Molitor at the 2011 Northwoods League All-Star Game in Wisconsin Rapids.

Everyone that has played NWL Fantasy Baseball through the first five weeks of this season was entered into the random drawing for the grand prize. By winning, Ray will receive two VIP tickets to the 2011 Northwoods League All-Star Game on Monday, July 18 in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. Plus Ray and a guest will be seated at the same table as Paul Molitor for the All-Star Luncheon on the afternoon of the 18th and receive autographed memorabilia from the baseball Hall of Famer. Ray also will appear on the video broadcast of the All-Star Game.

Even after this grand prize drawing, prizes are still being awarded for the Northwoods League Fantasy Baseball game. Top weekly scorers are eligible for the weekly prize of four all-you-can-eat and drink tickets (a value of approximately $120) to any game in the Northwoods League OR a Northwoods League polo shirt or sweatshirt.

To play the Northwoods League Fantasy Baseball game, log on to and click on “Fantasy”. After a simple registration, you’ll be ready to build your roster. Participants will choose teams on a weekly basis made up of active Northwoods League alumni and current Northwoods League players. Rosters must be set prior to Monday at 11:00 a.m. Eastern time each week. The fantasy teams are comprised of one Major League alumnus, one in Triple-A, one in Double-A, one in Single-A and two current Northwoods League players. The winner will be determined by the participant whose team hits the most home runs in that given week using a weighted system. The weighted system will count one for a Major League home run, two for a minor-league home run (AAA, AA, A) and three for a home run hit by a current Northwoods League player.

The Northwoods League has more teams, plays more games, and draws more fans than any Summer Collegiate Baseball League in North America. 

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