Frankenset Page #36 WINNER -- 1993 Donruss #319 Geno Petralli (9 votes + tie-breaking vote)
Believe it or not, last week's frankenset page finished with yet another deadlock at the top.
Both Geno Petralli and Mike Laga received nine of 37 the total votes, forcing us into another tiebreaker situation to determine the champ. As is the usual protocol around here, I ask the first five people who care to comment on this post to choose between Leapin' Geno and Laga's airbrushed disaster. The first of the two to receive three of the five tie-breaking votes will be our king.
I'll edit this post once we have a winner.
EDIT: Geno wins!
In the meantime, let's take a look at this week's frankensetters -- in an odd twist of fate, the Random Number Generator spit out #35 (#s 307-315), the page immediately preceding the one we just saw last week.
These are the nominees.
1997 Upper Deck #307 Scott Erickson
"Whaddya mean I have to hit?" -- every AL pitcher before his first interleague game in 1997, probably.
1991 Topps #308 Tom Pagnozzi
Perennial frankenset favorite Tom Pagnozzi on a jewel from '91 Topps.
1994 Topps #309 Carlos Garcia
Wrigley Field at its finest (even though the card itself is of an opposing player).
2013 Topps #310 Edwin Encarnacion
1992 Leaf #311 Mariano Duncan
Turning two, horizontal edition.
1995 Upper Deck #312 Steve Buechele
That could very well be Steve Buechele's oldest son, Garrett, who is already out of baseball following a few pedestrian years in the Giants' system (man I feel old).
2009 Topps #313 Jeff Baker
2011 Topps #314 Ryan Kalish
That time when Ryan Kalish was the fourth-most famous player on his own card.
1994 Score #315 Mark Whiten
In honor of one of the single greatest games any player has ever had.
That's it for this week's page. The polls are now on the sidebar, and don't forget to help break last week's tie!