Win -- 1991 Topps #455 Walt Weiss (25 votes)
Place -- 1976 SSPC #456 Joe Hoerner (6 votes)
Show -- 1996 Score #459 Mark Leiter (5 votes)
...I think we all saw that one coming. Walt Weiss's 25 votes (of 43 total) obliterated the old single-week record of 18 set by Jermaine Allensworth, and for good reason. You could make the case that the Weiss is the best double play card of all-time, which is why it received my tally in a heartbeat.
I felt bad for the other seven contestants on last week's page. A few of them might've had a good chance of winning with almost any other group.
But none of them had a prayer of taking down the almighty Walt Weiss.
I expect the voting to be a lot closer this week.
And, hey, we're back to a full nine with this page.
Let's meet the nominees.
1996 Score #460 Tony Pena
The lighter side of baseball cards.
1990 Upper Deck #461 Rob Murphy
The primitive days of the laptop.
1996 Upper Deck #462 Luis Sojo
I hope you replaced that base when you were done with it, Mr. Sojo.
1994 Upper Deck #463 Mickey Morandini
Double dipping with a Tony Gwynn cameo.
1994 Upper Deck #464 Frank Castillo
Probably the only card I have of a pitcher donning the hallowed warmup jacket.
1997 Upper Deck #465 Andy Benes
Looks like this pitcher has the bunting form down pat.
1996 Score #466 Jose Lima
Lima Time signing for fans at the old Tiger Stadium.
1995 Stadium Club #467 Delino DeShields
Another autograph session.
1973 Topps #468 Tom Griffin
We close with another spectacular gem from 1973 Topps, the unquestioned vintage MVP of this frankenset.
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