Granderson up for 2011 Hank Aaron Award


Curtis Granderson was the Yankees best player this year, hitting .262/.364/.552 with 41 homers and 25 steals. He also led the AL with 119 RBI and all of baseball by scoring 136 runs, if you put weight on those such things. As a reward for his effort, Granderson is the Yankees nominee for the Hank Aaron Award, giving annually to the top offensive player in the league. The winner will be determined through a combination of fan voting and a panel of Hall of Famers. Click here to submit your vote. You can vote up to ten times a day until next week, if you choose.

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