Let's take a look at how last week's frankenset voting turned out.
Win -- 1993 Donruss #586 Joe Oliver (12 votes)
Place -- 2014 Topps #594 Justin Maxwell (9 votes)
Show -- 1992 Donruss #589 Jose Tolentino (6 votes)
In what I thought was a fairly surprising result, the falling/tumbling/break dancing Joe Oliver earned the victory, garnering twelve of the 36 total votes.
He's a highly deserving winner, although I myself gave the nod to Jose Tolentino because of the sheer oddity and rarity of the "pinch hitter" position designation. It breaks a six-week streak of agreeing with the overall victor.
Had to end sometime.
Much like last week, I don't think there's a clear winner with this week's frankenset page.
It's time to introduce our nine newest hopefuls.
1989 Score #595 Paul Gibson
Paul Gibson winding up for a pitch while teammate Alan Trammell makes a, er, cup adjustment in the background.
1992 Pinnacle #596 Jim Gott
Jim Gott, baseball's Karate Kid.
1981 Donruss #597 Tommy Boggs
A pitcher taking his hacks in the cage.
2014 Topps #598 Marco Estrada
A rare contemporary "autograph" shot with Marco Estrada signing for some young Brewer fanatics.
2014 Topps #599 Jason Motte
A fine specimen of baseball's recent facial hair surge.
2006 Upper Deck Special F/X #600 Miguel Ojeda
A play at the plate (with a Khalil Greene cameo) represents our sixth and final "hero number" of this frankenset.
1989 Score #601 John Cangelosi
1993 Upper Deck #602 Luis Rivera
Double dipping with the legendary 1993 Upper Deck checklist.
1983 Fleer #603 Mario Soto
This week's page closes out with the only shipping crate appearance I've seen on a baseball card.
The polls are now on the sidebar.