Let's take a look at how last week's frankenset voting turned out.
Win -- 1992 Leaf #355 Luis Rivera (11 votes)
Place -- 1997 Upper Deck #352 Kirt Manwaring (7 votes)
Show -- 2014 Topps #357 Lorenzo Cain (5 votes)
I agreed with the masses this time around in voting for Mr. Rivera, who ended up taking eleven of the 34 total votes.
I don't know if I've ever seen a more oddly-cropped card. Half of the guy's body is out of the frame, surrounded by a cloud of dust in a shot that looks like it was taken with a camera imbedded in the dirt.
It's just a strangely fantastic baseball card all around.
On that note, let's get into this week's page.
We're back to a full page of nine nominees now.
Here they are.
1995 Score #361 Brian Anderson
It's all about the Rod Carew cameo.
2010 Upper Deck #362 Mark Ellis
1998 Ultra Gold Medallion #363G Jose Offerman
A great double dip with a bonus appearance from Nomar.
1995 Pinnacle #364 Gregg Jefferies
It's a giant Gregg Jefferies!
1998 Topps #365 Jermaine Allensworth
A beautiful play at the plate in the shadows.
2010 Upper Deck #366 Michael Wuertz
Another unlicensed throwback from 2010 UD, presumably from the same game as the Ellis.
1992 Score #367 Matt Merullo
Probably the most emphatic out call you'll ever find on a baseball card.
1997 Collector's Choice #368 Wilton Guerrero
I wonder what a Wilton Guerrero autograph goes for these days?
1992 Upper Deck #369 Greg Briley
Greg Briley played in 598 career big league games, not one of them as a catcher.
That closes out this week's frankenset page on what is officially this blog's three-year anniversary.
The polls are now on the sidebar.