Fans can help pick Marvin Miller Man of the Year award winner

Chipper Jones was the 2012 Marvin Miller Man of the Year.
Chipper Jones was the 2012 Marvin Miller Man of the Year. (USATSI)

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The Marvin Miller Man of the Year award is given annually to a Major League Baseball player "whose on-field performance and contributions to his community inspire others to higher levels of achievement." It's a Players Choice Award, meaning all MLB players vote on the matter.

This season, though, fans will have a voice. Anyone has the ability to vote online, with voting ending 11:59 p.m. ET on Sept. 15.

Click here to vote.

Each of the 30 teams has a nominee, as chosen by their teammates. Here they are:

Orioles: Adam Jones
Red Sox: Jon Lester
Yankees: Mariano Rivera
Rays: David Price
Blue Jays: Munenori Kawasaki

White Sox: Hector Santiago
Indians: Nick Swisher
Tigers: Torii Hunter
Royals: Eric Hosmer
Twins: Glen Perkins

Astros: Jason Castro
Angels: Albert Pujols
Athletics: Grant Balfour
Mariners: Raul Ibanez
Rangers: Ian Kinsler

Braves: Tim Hudson
Marlins: Juan Pierre
Mets: Dillon Gee
Phillies: Chase Utley
Nationals: Adam LaRoche

Cubs: Anthony Rizzo
Reds: Bronson Arroyo
Brewers: Rickie Weeks
Pirtaes: Pedro Alvarez
Cardinals: Carlos Beltran

Diamondbacks: Brad Ziegler
Rockies: Todd Helton
Dodgers: Adrian Gonzalez
Padres: Will Venable
Giants: Barry Zito

Last year's winner was the retiring Chipper Jones. Previous winners among active players include Michael Young (twice), Curtis Granderson, Pujols and Hunter.

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