Let's take a look at the results of last week's frankenset voting.
Win -- 1999 Upper Deck #316 Charles Johnson (16 votes)
Place --1992 Leaf #323 Tony Pena (7 votes)
Show -- 2014 Topps Update #US-324 Alexi Amarista (4 votes)
For the first time in well over a month, my vote ended up going to the winner. Charles Johnson and his O's-Cuba play at the plate took the lead from the start and didn't let go. He ended up receiving nearly half of the 33 total votes. A big thanks to everyone who hit the polls.
The political Election Week might (thankfully) be over, but our frankenset voting keeps chugging along.
Pound for pound, I think this might be the best frankenset page we've seen so far.
You won't find a weak link in this week's group.
Let's meet the nominees.
1983 Fleer #325 Jason Thompson
CNN covering baseball (who knew?) and an outstanding look at some Stargell Stars on Thompson's cap.
2008 Upper Deck #326 Justin Maxwell
Between the helmet-less batter, strange piles of dirt, and construction workers in the backdrop, there is absolutely nothing normal about this baseball card.
1993 Upper Deck #327 Mike Macfarlane
Beware of flying bats!
1993 Upper Deck #328 Ricky Bones
Our second straight nominee from 1993 UD and a pretty darn nice autograph shot, to boot.
2011 Topps Update #US-329 Dee Gordon
Easily one of the most beautifully framed double dip shots ever.
2013 Topps #330 Ryan Raburn
A shot for the ages makes this one of 2013's finest cards.
1992 Score #331 Scott Bailes
A relief pitcher climbing the wall for no particular reason.
1995 Upper Deck #332 Kirt Manwaring
Another chapter in the never-ending saga of Kirt Manwaring plays at the plate.
1976 Topps #333 Bob Coluccio
That '70s facial hair, dude.
That just about does it for this week's frankenset page. I know I'm going to have a tough time deciding how to cast my vote.
The polls are now on the sidebar.