Domonic Brown has been nominatd for the 2013 Hank Aaron Award.
The honor seeks to recognize the Most Outstanding Offensive Performer in each league. All 30 MLB clubs receive a nominee. The winner is chosen by a combination of fan voting and a special panel of Hall of Fame players, led by Hank Aaron.
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Phillies fans can vote for Brown here. Voting closes on Oct. 10 and a winner will be announced during the World Series.
Brown led the Phils in home runs (27), RBIs (83) and slugging percentage (.494). He also was selected to his first All-Star Game, while belting 12 home runs in May. Brown was the first Phillie to hit 12 homers in a month since Ryan Howard stroked 14 in 2006.