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As you can imagine from the name, the Hank Aaron Award is given out annually to the best offensive player in each league. And every year, a team is allowed to submit three names for consideration.

And I really, really, hate beating this horse into a tartare, but the Mets, as a result of all their injuries, submitted these three names: David Wright, Luis Castillo, and Angel Pagan. Really.

I imagine that this is akin to Seth Green being the name submitted for Oscar consideration by the producers of Without a Paddle.

3 Responses to “Luis Castillo and Angel Pagan – Hank Aaron Award Nominees”

  1. robert tyson says:

    When are you changing this to Metsbump.com?

  2. dude register that! STAT!

  3. The sad thing was that I strongly considered choosing Angel Pagan as my vote. And tonight’s 15-2 beating was a very fitting first game for me at Pity Field.

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