The 2015 MLB season has been packed with incredible plays, outstanding performances, and unforgettable moments.
That’s why, together with our partners at Major League Baseball®, we’re excited to bring you the 2015 Esurance MLB Awards. Beginning today, you can vote for your favorite #AwardWorthy players and moments for a chance to win 2016 MLB season tickets (and a trip to the 2015 Baseball Winter Meetings).
The Esurance MLB Awards
Categories launching today include Best Starting Pitcher, Best Everyday Player, and Best Rookie and will highlight some of this season’s greatest #AwardWorthy players.
But it’s not just about the players. The awards will also feature fans, social media, and front office #AwardWorthy moments like Best Fan Catch, Best Social Media Post, and Best Executive.
Voting is unlimited and additional categories and nominees will be unveiled periodically throughout the program.
Plus, since we’re fans of making things simple through technology, 2015 Esurance MLB Awards voting is all digital and super easy to do from your computer, smartphone, or tablet. So make your voice heard before the polls close on Friday, November 13.
Award winners will be announced during the 2015 Esurance MLB Awards Show, airing exclusively on MLB Network and MLB.com on Friday, November 20 at 7 p.m. ET.
Enter for a chance to win 2016 MLB season tickets with the Esurance #AwardWorthy Sweeps
When you cast your Esurance MLB Awards vote, you’ll automatically be entered for a chance to win:
- A pair of 2016 MLB season tickets (for the team of your choice!)
- A trip for 2 to Nashville, TN for the 2015 Baseball Winter Meetings in December
- Plus exclusive access to the 2015 Esurance Awards Reception and a meet-and-greet with an MLB personality at Baseball Winter Meetings
In addition to the grand prize, we’ll also be giving away 12 MLB.TV Premium subscriptions to watch live baseball on your favorite devices and 12 $50 gift codes to the MLB.com Shop.
You can enter the sweeps up to 30 times before Friday, November 13 at 11:59 p.m. ET, so vote often to increase your odds. Good luck!
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