Frankenset Page #17 WINNER -- 1990 Upper Deck #151 Rick Honeycutt (10 votes)
'Twas another close race last week, but Rick Honeycutt eked out a narrow victory with 10 of the 31 total votes (just beating out Andy Van Slyke's eight).
I've always been fond of this card because, though autograph shots are indeed one of my oldest mini-collections, they can admittedly get stale after a while -- which makes off-kilter images like the Honeycutt all the more treasured.
The Random Number Generator spit out #70, which means we'll be taking a look at our highest-numbered page yet (#s 622-630) this week.
This is also the first incomplete page we've seen so far, as I have yet to find a worthy candidate for the #625 slot -- here's hoping I find one soon because wow are incomplete pages ugly.
1989 Upper Deck #622 Mark Grant
Mud under the lights.
1993 Topps #623 Al Martin
Like the aforementioned Honeycutt, this is definitely an A+ autograph shot.
2016 Topps #624 Tommy Milone
1975 Topps #626 Larry Haney
Actually pictured: Dave Duncan.
1982 Donruss #627 Terry Francona
Tito at Wrigley.
1993 Upper Deck #628 Lenny Webster
This is pretty much what I imagine being a catcher must feel like.
1989 Fleer #629 Tom Browning
A bad pun to honor Tom Browning's perfect game.
1974 Topps Traded #630T Tommie Agee
Not the most elegant of baseball cards, but still prominent given that it's both a zero-year and a sunset issue (Agee played his last big-league game in '73).
That's it for this week's page -- the polls are now on the sidebar.