Frankenset Page #27 WINNER -- 1974 Topps #238 Fran Healy (8 votes)
As per my recent work schedule, I've decided to switch these frakenset posts from Fridays to Tuesdays, which meant that last week's page got a few bonus days of open polls.
Turns out it needed a bit of extra time: we had a three-way tie (Oliva, Healy, Rijo) going into the weekend and a two-way tie (Oliva, Healy) until this morning when a late vote for Healy broke the deadlock (winning with eight of the 36 total votes). It's easily the closest race we've had since I restarted these frankenset posts, but my personal favorite card of the lot ended up on top.
Tough to beat a vintage PATP and a Thurman Munson cameo in my book.
The Random Number Generator decided to give us our first super-high-numbered group of this frankenset with Page 68 (#s 604-612) this week.
Not a lot of my 600-level pages are complete (yet), so I thank the Generator for at least letting me show off a finished page without any gaps -- so let's meet the latest nine.
1991 Upper Deck #604 Jim Vatcher
Subliminal Nike advertising?
2011 Topps #605 Brandon Belt
It's not an official mini-collection of mine, but I've always enjoyed hoarding batting-cage shots.
1994 Collector's Choice #606 Cal Eldred
Cal Eldred would like a better seat, thank you very much.
1984 Topps #607 Tom Hume
Little known fact: Tom Hume was also my 7th grade science teacher.
2011 Topps #608 Casey McGehee
1992 Donruss #609 Carlos Quintana
An oddly-cropped and -angled double dip.
1992 Stadium Club #610 Howard Johnson
More from the batting cage, this time of the indoor variety.
1972 Topps #611 Rich Reese
Vintage bat barrel action.
1991 Upper Deck #612 Dennis Cook
Dennis Cook, .264 career hitter(!).
That's about it for this week's page. The polls are now on the sidebar.