Frankenset Page #31 WINNER -- 1973 Topps #273 Chris Speier (13 votes)
No drama here: Chris Speier's magnificent '73 Topps PATP stomped the competition last week, taking 13 of the 34 total votes for the easy win.
No other card received more than five tallies, and it's easy to see why. Cards like this are a perfect example of what makes '73 Topps so legendary -- I haven't checked, but I'd bet it has the most frankenset champions of any single set out there.
In the meantime, let's welcome yet another one into the gallery.
Thankfully, we're back to a full nine this week -- the Random Number Generator chose #33, so we'll be taking a look at that page (#s 289-297) here tonight.
Let's meet the hopefuls.
1996 Pinnacle #289 Bob Hamelin
I feel like this card is the lasting legacy of Bob Hamelin's career.
2017 Stadium Club #290 Jon Gray
One way to contract hypothermia.
1998 Pacific #291 Walt Weiss
Double Dip MVP Walt Weiss.
2019 Stadium Club #292 Chris Archer
Taking the field.
2018 Topps Update #US293 Charlie Culberson
A great card that also triggers my slight claustrophobia.
1963 Topps #294 Bill Rigney
Managers don't often make the frankenset, but it's so glorious when they do.
1993 Upper Deck #295 Kevin Seitzer
1972 Topps #296 Dick Dietz
Gun 'em down!
2010 Upper Deck #297 Yovani Gallardo
Yovani Gallardo, one of the last good-hitting pitchers.
That's it for this week's page. The polls are now on the sidebar.