JEWISH BASEBALL NEWS — Today (10/25/2010) is your last chance to cast a vote for Philadelphia Phillies prospect Josh Zeid, one of six Class A pitchers nominated by minor-league baseball for its 2010 Best Reliever award, known as a MiLBY.

A 10th-round pick in the 2009 draft, Zeid spent 2010 with the “A” Lakewood BlueClaws, both as a reliever and a starter. He finished the season 8-4 with 8 saves, a 2.93 ERA, 111 strikeouts — one per inning — and only 27 walks.

Zeid also helped the BlueClaws capture the South Atlantic League title. In the final game of the championship series, he pitched 4 perfect innings and struck out 5 consecutive batters. The 23-year-old is spending the off-season playing for the Mesa Solar Sox of the prestigious Arizona Fall League, and blogging about it for

To cast votes for Zeid — fans will determine the winner — surf on over to this page; click the bubble next to his name under “Class A-Full Season/Best Reliever”; click “Vote”; and repeat as often as you like. It’s not scientific: the player with the most click-happy family, friends and fans wins.

As of this morning, Zeid led the pack with 40 percent of the vote, but RP Steve Ames of the Great Lakes Loons (Los Angeles Dodgers) was close behind with 35 percent.