And then there were two.
#6 (Page 6) -- 1999 Fleer SI Greats of the Game #52 Joe Rudi (24 votes)
#3 (Page 13) -- 1989 Upper Deck #117 Gary Pettis (16 votes)
#7 (Page 31) -- 1973 Topps #273 Chris Speier (23 votes)
#11 (Page 47) -- 1993 Upper Deck #415 Denny Neagle (18 votes)
Not much drama in the Final Four.
Rudi, the fan favorite, once again crushed the competition, and Speier didn't face much of a challenge from Denny Neagle, easily sliding into the championship. Both of these cards have (rightfully) been clear stalwarts since the beginning of this tournament, so I wasn't much surprised by the results.
And so they become the last men standing in the frankenset bracket.
We've come a long ways in this thing, narrowing the 74 total page winners down to the two best, but, as they say, all great things must come to an end.
So here it is, the championship, for all the marbles: Rudi vs. Speier.
#6 (Page 6) -- 1999 Fleer SI Greats of the Game #52 Joe Rudi
#7 (Page 31) -- 1973 Topps #273 Chris Speier
I'm both thrilled and saddened to say it, but: the final poll is now on the sidebar.