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Voting may be closed, but you can still check out this year’s nominees!

Who do you think will win? View the categories (#OMG! Play of the Year, Best Celebrity Fan and more), check out the nominees and tweet @MLBNetwork who you think should win. Then, tune in to MLB Network on Sunday, Dec. 15 to find out the #winners.
  • #OMG! Play of the Year

    The ones you had to watch over and over
  • Bourjos' home run-robbing catch

    Mike Trout made a ridiculous grab in Baltimore last year. Peter Bourjos did his best to top him with this snag.

  • Donaldson's tarp catch

    Oakland third baseman Josh Donaldson ain't afraid of no tarp. This clip got plenty of people talking (and re-watching).

  • Escobar's glove-flip

    Escobar's glove-flip snags two outs -- and a huge ovation from the crowd.

  • Gomez robs Votto of a homer

    Carlos Gomez, outfielder for the Brewers, makes a perfectly timed leap to steal a go-ahead homer from Joey Votto and a win for the Brewers.

  • Iglesias defies gravity

    While falling, Jose Iglesias was somehow able to get this ball to first in time for the out.

  • Machado makes a play

    After bobbling this grounder, Manny Machado rebounded, to say the least.

  • Phillips' dazzling double play

    Brandon Phillips is always coming up with new ways to make amazing plays at second base.

  • Revere's diving grab

    Ben Revere got some serious hangtime on this diving grab against Todd Frazier and the Reds.

  • Shuck's over-the-wall catch

    Angels outfielder J.B. Shuck's unforgettable leap over the wall left fans speechless (and Jose Bautista home run-less).

  • Venable's diving catch

    Will Venable makes a catch for the history books. The Padres outfielder steals the winning run with a sensational diving grab -- fully extended -- and lands on the warning track.

  • #SAW (Stop-And-Watch) Award

    What player did you have to see in 2013?
  • Miguel Cabrera

    Miguel Cabrera fouled a pitch off his knee during a battle against Mariano Rivera, arguably the game's greatest closer. He wasn't fazed one bit.

  • Aroldis Chapman

    When Aroldis Chapman is throwing the heat, hitters hardly stand a chance, as he proved against the Pirates.

  • Bryce Harper

    Bryce Harper is always hustling and he proved it again with this diving grab against the Blue Jays.

  • Yasiel Puig

    Yasiel Puig showed very quickly in his career that he has an absolute cannon.

  • Mike Trout

    In his second amazing year, Mike Trout crossed "cycle" off his already extensive list of accomplishments.

  • Best Bite

    You can't make this stuff up
  • DeVito surprises Punto postgame

    Nick Punto talks about his solo homer in the seventh in the Dodgers' win and actor Danny DeVito joins the interview to celebrate

  • Francona's man-crush

    Tito gets personal after Jason Giambi hits a walkoff home run in Cleveland.

  • Hunter "Tigers Gotta Eat"

    Tigers outfielder Torii Hunter evades reporters' questions ... sort of.

  • Kawasaki addresses crowd after walkoff

    It's tough to pinpoint the best part of this postgame speech. Maybe it was when Munenori Kawasaki borrowed the mic, or when he whipped out his translation book, or when he got pie'd -- how about you decide.

  • Maddon and his wine

    What does Rays Manager Joe Maddon do after he's ejected from a game? Cracks open a nice bottle of red, of course.

  • Best MLB Fan Cave Video

    Our favorite Cave spoofs
  • Cano surprises young fan

    Warning: This one's a tearjerker. Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano pays a visit to the Fan Cave to surprise a young Yankees fan with leukemia.

  • Hakuna Machado

    Orioles third baseman Manny Machado (along with teammates, fans and broadcasters) took on the Lion King classic to show that there are no worries for O's fans when Manny is in the game.

  • Jays at the driving range

    Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion put a new spin on blasting balls at Chelsea Piers.

  • Rangers audition for Dumb and Dumber

    With the announcement of Dumb and Dumber To, Derek Holland and Justin Grimm donned Harry and Lloyd's colorful suits as they auditioned to be in the movie.

  • Utley responds to Always Sunny

    Five years after receiving a letter by Mac from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Phillies second baseman Chase Utley responds with an open letter of reassurance.

  • Best MLB Meme

    Y U NO vote for your favorite meme?
  • #Huntering

    It's not every day you see someone flip over the wall to try to rob a home run. But once Torii Hunter did it, everyone got in on the action and Torii's flailing legs were everywhere.

  • #Kimbreling

    Craig Kimbrel's staredown may be scary to hitters, but it's a whole lot of fun to imitate.

  • #Middlebrooksing

    Did Will Middlebrooks trip Allen Craig on purpose in the World Series? Doesn't matter -- it started one great trend.

  • #TWTW

    Hawk Harrelson believes there needs to be a new stat, "The Will To Win," and it has caught on like wildfire.

  • Upton Here, Upton Here

    When both Uptons joined forces, the names in the Braves' outfield started to sound like DMX's late 90's hit, "Party Up."

  • Best Team Promotion

    What got fans talking?
  • @Cafe

    Giants fans can now take a break during the game to grab a coffee and some valuable tweet time. The @cafe -- complete with a Peet's Coffee bar -- opened this year at AT&T Park, giving visitors a glimpse into the Giants' social media command center.

  • #Brohio

    Nick Swisher's term of endearment for his new state of residence created a huge buzz in Cleveland. The Indians started a #Brohio section in Progressive Field, where a new #Brohio governor was honored every home game.

  • #GetBeard

    Whether the facial scruff actually helped the Red Sox win the World Series is certainly up for debate, but there's no question that #GetBeard caused a stir in Boston and across social media.

  • Bernie Lean Coco Crisp Bobblehead

    The A's capitalized on their "Bernie Lean" dance craze by creating a special Coco Crisp bobblehead with the outfielder mid-lean.

  • Vin Scully Takeover

    The icon added to his legendary career this year ... 140 characters at a time. For one game, Scully lent his voice (and #VinScully virtual signature) to the @Dodgers Twitter account to live-tweet the plays and answer fan questions.

  • Celebrity Fan of the Year

    The heavy-hitter with the most power
  • Andy Cohen

    They may not be as controversial as the Real Housewives, but the Cardinals keep Bravo "Watch What Happens LIVE" host Andy Cohen plenty entertained.

  • Seth Myers

    Live from... Boston? Saturday Night Live writer Seth Myers -- raised in New Hampshire -- is a longtime citizen of Red Sox Nation.

  • Jerry Seinfeld

    What's the deal with the Mets? Although his famous sitcom featured that other New York ball club, Seinfeld is actually a die-hard Mets fan. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

  • Eric Stonestreet

    The Modern Family star is a huge Royals fan, and has even participated in MLB's MLB's All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game.

  • Dick Vitale

    It's the Rays, baby! Although he gets his paychecks from knowing all there is to know about basketball, Dickie V is also a huge MLB fan and a frequent spectator at the Trop.

  • Favorite Follow

    The player whose tweets kept us most entertained
  • Adam Jones

    The athletic center fielder from the Orioles gives you his candid thoughts, mostly about food. From his Popeye's Chicken birthday cake to his favorite food places around Baltimore, @SimplyAJ10 is all about eating well and tweeting about it.

  • Brandon McCarthy

    If you want honest and observant, McCarthy is your baseball follow. He is all about letting us in on his opinions, and boy are they entertaining.

  • Andrew McCutchen

    On top of pulling in the NL MVP, Cutch may have been baseball's MVP of social media. @TheCUTCH22 is all about letting us in on what's going on with him, most recently with him presenting at the American Music Awards.

  • Brandon Phillips

    #ALLREADY. @DatDudeBP has been a MLB social media heavyweight for a few years now, holding contests for fans and retweeting pictures that fans take with him. On top of that, he always gives followers an inside look into what's going on in his life.

  • David Price

    It's always surprising to see what the Rays ace can fit into 140 characters.

  • Selfie of the Year

    Baseball's best self-portraits
  • Jason Kipnis

    For Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis, mastering the game of baseball isn't enough. He is now an expert in the art of shaving.

  • Andrew McCutchen

    Looking good on and off the field, Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen suits up to take on the 2013 MLB season.

  • Kelly Nash

    The selfie that launched a thousand theories! Tampa Bay correspondent Kelly Nash says she has a no-Photoshop policy and just so happened to be in the right place at the right time.

  • Ben Revere

    They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but this selfie from Phillies outfielder Ben Revere can make us think of just one -- CHEESESTEAK.

  • Jose Reyes

    What makes Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes happy? Relaxing after a workout on the treadmill, apparently.

  • Shane Victorino

    Don't worry 'bout a thing, Red Sox fans -- Shane Victorino's teeth are clean and healthy!

  • Snapshot of the Year

    The photo that captured the moment (and maybe some hearts)
  • BoSox win World Series

    Boston Strongest. For the third time in 10 years, the Red Sox are World Series Champions.

  • Hunter and the bullpen cop

    Torii Hunter's effort was amazing. Big Papi's grand slam was unbelievable. But the real winner? Steve Horgan, now and forever known as #BullpenCop.

  • Koufax and Kershaw

    Two of the greatest left-handers in history, past and present, came together in one pristine moment that may never be replicated.

  • Pirates win Wild Card game

    A moment 21 years in the making. For the first time since 1992, the Pittsburgh Pirates had won a postseason game. In front of a raucous PNC Park crowd, no less.

  • Rivera crying on Pettitte's shoulder

    It takes a lot to make Mariano Rivera break down. When the last two remaining members of the Core Four took that slow walk to the pitcher's mound, relieving Mo for the final time in his career, it brought the house to tears.

  • Socially Savvy Rookie

    The newbie with the best social presence
  • Sonny Gray

    Gray was an integral part of the A's run to the top of the AL West and proved to fit in with the team's culture on top of that. He had a ton of funny and insightful tweets, and also had a touching one where he gave playoff tickets to his unsuspecting waiter who happened to be a huge A's fan.

  • Wil Myers

    The AL Rookie of the Year adjusted quickly when he took the field somewhat late in the Rays' season and let us in on the ride from his Twitter account.

  • Yasiel Puig

    Puig was unstoppable once he reached the Majors and also proved he can hold his own in the social media world with constant Instagram pictures of what's going on with him.

  • Taijuan Walker

    Sometimes introspective, sometimes inquisitive, always entertaining.

  • Tweet of the Year

    The best 140 characters about baseball
  • Debbie Trout supporting her son

    Mike Trout hits for the cycle. Debbie Trout could not contain her joy. As she said, that's "One proud Mama!"

  • Delabar with daughter for Final Vote

    Blue Jays reliever Steve Delabar took the #FinalVote campaign to a whole new level with this tweet. This is clearly why he won.

  • Pirates advance to postseason

    How do you capture a moment as historic as the Pirates making the postseason for the first time in 21 years? Exclamation points. Lots of exclamation points.

  • Red Sox/Rays Twitter spat

    Duels on the diamond, tussles on Twitter. Nothing like the AL East, right?

  • Yankees Tweet showing support for Red Sox

    The tragedy at the Boston Marathon superceded any sense of rivalry. In a display of support from miles away, the Yankees, Red Sox and all the fans stood as one.