This award will be given to the players involved in the moment from this season that will never be forgotten.
And the nominees are...
Jason Heyward homers in his first career at-bat: Jason Heyward came into this season with so much hype it was ridiculous. People were already calling this kid the Jay-Hey Kid.
He had that much promise. And he delivered right away, on his first at-bat he took a pitch down in the strike zone and he unloaded on it lifting it into the right-field bleachers. An unforgettable moment.
John McDonald hits a home run for dad: John McDonald is regarded to as one of the game's good guys, a Sean Casey-esque player if you will.
McDonald's father was extremely ill, and John missed almost a month of the season to spend time with him.
So when his father passed, McDonald decided to play four days later on Father's Day because he thought his dad would want it that way.
McDonald rarely plays for Toronto, but his guardian angel was clearly watching out for him on that day, because Cito Gaston gave him the call to pinch-hit in the ninth inning of that blowout Father's Day game.
McDonald stepped to the plate in a state of mind clustered with sadness, and he unloaded all that emotion on the second pitch of that at-bat, as he crushed it out of the park.
When he crossed home plate he pointed to the sky, because he knew that someplace, somewhere, his dad was up their smiling.
Armando Gallaraga is robbed of a perfect game, but forgives Jim Joyce: On June 1, 2010, Tigers' pitcher Armando Gallaraga pitched a perfect game. Unfortunately, history will never remember it that way.
On what would have been the final out of the game, first-base umpire Jim Joyce called Jason Donald safe on a little dribbler down the first base line, despite the fact that he was clearly out.
This robbed Armando Galarraga of a chance he'll never get again in his life, it robbed him of a chance to do something that has only happened 20 times in the almost 200-year history of baseball, it robbed him of a perfect game.
Galarraga had every right to be mad, nobody would have blamed him, but he played it cool. Then the next day when they met to exchange lineup cards Joyce's eyes were filled with tears, he felt really, really bad.
He apologized to Galarraga, and Armando did something that maybe two percent of Americans would have done in that situation: he gave Joyce a pat on the back and went on with his life.
Two unforgettable moments lodged into one play, something that will certainly be tough to beat.
John Lindsey Debuts: After 16 years of giving his all in the minors, John Lindsey was called up to the Major Leagues for the first time in his career.
At age 33, he was the youngest non-Asian player to make his debut since 2002, and it was memorable to say the least, but was it memorable enough to win the Slammy? Let's find out...
And the Slammy goes to... Armando Galarraga and Jim Joyce.