Last week's frankenset voting wasn't as close as I thought it'd be.
Win -- 1991 Studio #216 Steve Lake (11 votes)
Place (tie) -- 1991 Score #209 Doug Dascenzo, 2007 Bowman Heritage #210 Joe Smith (4 votes each)
Show -- 1993 SP #214 Bip Roberts (3 votes)
Steve Lake and his little birdie took home the crown without much of a challenge. It was a well-deserved win, although I myself voted for outfielder-turned-pitcher Doug Dascenzo. I'm just that obsessed with position players on the mound, I guess.
Here's a look at this week's frankenset nominees.
The first two pages I've shown since this new format have been blowouts.
Will this one be the first to go neck-and-neck right down to the wire?
That's up to you. As always, feel free to leave a comment with your choice, but be sure to at least take your pick on the poll on the sidebar.
Let's meet the nominees.
1994 Upper Deck Minors #217 Oscar Munoz
Pitcher at the plate, complete with a ball wedged inside the mask of the poor catcher behind Mr. Munoz.
1994 Stadium Club #218 Kirt Manwaring
A play at the plate and multiple-exposure shot combine to form the a rare mini-collection combo card.
1994 Collector's Choice #219 Jose Offerman
Probably the most violent double dip I own.
2002 Fleer #220 Ramon E. Martinez
A much more tame double play shot.
1994 Collector's Choice #221 Greg Olson
A tractor on a baseball card.
1995 Collector's Choice #222 Tom Candiotti
Pitcher at the plate!
2014 Topps #223 Joaquin Benoit
2014 Topps #224 Michael Saunders
Our second straight nominee from 2014 Topps, and one of the better dugout shots ever printed.
2013 Sega Card-Gen #225 David DeJesus
Throwbacks, gaming oddballs, and The Land of the Rising Sun on one glorious baseball card.
What more do you need?
This week's nominees look to be a well-rounded bunch.
The poll is now up on the sidebar.