One way or another, I suspect we've all learned a recent lesson about the importance of voting, so here's another big chance: It's time for the 25th annual Internet Baseball Awards, which we're proud to host here at Baseball Prospectus.
Each of the major awards are up for vote, in both leagues: MVP, Cy Young, Rookie of the Year, Manager of the Year.
You cast a ballot, making your pick for each award and also filling out down-ballot choices, and we tabulate the results. It's all very simple. For instance, here's my personal ballot, which took me mere minutes to fill out for all of the awards after I spent approximately five hours agonizing over the ordering of my choices. (That's the fun part.)
Voting is open until December 8. And after you vote, you can quickly and easily share your ballot via Twitter, Facebook, or other forums for arguing about things online.
In addition to making your voice heard and participating in baseball democracy, we're offering free Baseball Prospectus Premium one-year subscriptions and free copies of the classic scouting book Dollar Sign on the Muscle to randomly selected voters. We don't have any "I Voted" stickers, but those are pretty good prizes just for voting.
Step right up and fill out a ballot.
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