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The Primey Awards are Baseball Think Factory's annual awards for the best baseball work on the Internet.
The word "Primey" was coined by Sean McNally, who suggested it as an award for funny posts. For a while, people would casually nominate or cite posts as Primey-worthy.
Primey Awards are nominated by readers. The Primey Nomination Committee then selects four to five nominees in each category, which are voted on by readers. The results are tabulated and the winners announced after about two weeks of voting.
There are around ten to twelve categories, including:
â€¢ Funniest Post
â€¢ Best Internet Baseball Writer
â€¢ Best Research/Analysis Project
â€¢ Best Internet Baseball Site (with three different categories of site)
The main focus of Primey Awards has shifted from recognizing funny posts to recognizing--and introducing people to--great baseball work available on the Internet, though the humorous posts and threads are still included. Baseball Think Factory, its authors, and its related sites are not eligible for most Primey Awards, nor are Nomination Committee members. And Dan Werr is even less eligible than those people are. In fact, Werr is widely believed to be the least Primey-eligible person on earth.
Primey nominations should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.