Let's take a look at how last week's frankenset voting played out.
Win -- 1993 Upper Deck #645 Phil Hiatt (13 votes)
Place -- 1985 Donruss #647 Kurt Bevacqua (10 votes)
Show -- 1992 Topps #646 Craig Wilson (5 votes)
This round was actually much, much closer than I expected it to be. Personally, this was one of the easiest decisions I've had to make, as Hiatt won in a runaway for me. It's probably one of my five favorite cards from '93 UD, which, knowing the greatness of that set, is quite a compliment.
But the glamour-shot-gone-wrong Kurt Bevacqua kept it close the whole way and eventually lost by just three votes, his 10 to Hiatt's 13 (of 33 total). A great card, no doubt, but I think Hiatt deserved the win at the end of it all.
Kudos to Kurt Bevacqua, though.
We're back to a full nine nominees this week on this, the second-to-last page in our frankenset.
Let's meet the newest hopefuls.
2014 Topps #649 Jordan Danks
The rare double dip-throwback combo.
1994 Topps #650 Andy Van Slyke
Not the most elegant of on-deck hacks.
2014 Topps #651 Denard Span
A tip of the cap for the hometown crowd.
1994 Bowman #652 Bobby Jones
The appearance of the ballpoint pen means we have a coveted autograph shot here.
1969 Topps #653 Aurelio Rodriguez UER
The infamous batboy switcheroo.
1991 Upper Deck #654 Alex Cole
Ball four, take your base.
1994 Topps #655 Charlie Hayes
A picturesque example of the understated beauty of '94 Topps.
1996 Collector's Choice #656 David Bell
Double dipping with an exceptionally loud background.
1991 Topps #657 Mike Kingery
This week's page closes with less-than-ideal bunting form.
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