Frankenset Page #10 WINNER: 1992 Studio #86 Jose Lind (16 votes)
Not much of a surprise here: Jose Lind and his trusty sword cruised to the win last week, taking 16 of the 38 total votes in a blowout victory.
I'm guessing (hoping?) that Lind was some sort of machete enthusiast, but other than my own hypotheses I have absolutely no explanation as to how or why a sword ended up on a baseball card.
In a fun statistical turn of events, this week's page actually precedes last week's in my frankenset binder: after spitting out #10 a week ago, the random number generator came up with Page 9 (#s 73-81) this time around.
So let's meet some more low-numbered nominees.
1994 Topps #73 Billy Spiers
The elusive faux-back/double dip combo.
2011 Topps Update #UH74 Henry Blanco
A masterful baseball card if I ever saw one.
1992 Donruss Triple Play #75 Felix Jose
The no-holds-barred action of...eyeblack applicant.
2004 Upper Deck #76 Jay Gibbons
Defunct-team throwbacks rule!
1993 Topps #77 Junior Felix
One of a fascinating PATP trio from '93 Topps.
2014 Gypsy Queen #78 Marcus Semien
I've never checked, but I'd bet the White Sox lead the world in throwback cards.
2018 Stadium Club #79 Mike Clevinger
A throwback-dominated page continues with flashbacks to the Bloody Mary look of the '70s.
2005 Upper Deck #80 Jeff Conine
The media hailstorm.
1962 Post #81 Ryne Duren
Ryne Duren's Coke-bottle shades make this the one and only Post card in either of my frankensets.
That does it for this week's page. The polls are now on the sidebar.