Why is my Frankenset better than yours? Because mine is all Reds.
1) Be arbitrarily chosen by Red Cardboard based on coolness
2) See 1
Let's roll with Page 2.
1985 Topps Rose #10 Pete Rose. Both of the first two Frankenset pages open with Petey. I'm ok with this.
1992 Bowman #11 Trevor Hoffman. Fun facts about The Hoff: He spent his first two minor league years as a batter. Then he spent two years in the Reds' farm pitching. Then we let the Marlins snag him in the expansion draft. Then they traded him after a half season to the Padres, where he had some moderate success.
2014 Topps The Greats #12 Johnny Bench. Just like this set, is all.
1991 Topps #13 Mariano Duncan. Great photo. Hall of Fame cameo. My first collected set. Winner.
1971 Topps #14 Dave Concepcion. RC of a man who SHOULD BE IN THE HALL OF FAME. Also, mint condition, obviously.
1993 Topps Finest #15 Bip Roberts. Some serious Bippage, yo.
2006 Fleer Lumber Company #16 Ken Griffey Jr. There will be many Griffeys in this Frankenset. Many.
1995 Stadium Club Ring Leaders #17 Kevin Mitchell. These Ring Leaders cards are insane. I love them.
1987 Hills Nashville Sounds #18 Chris Sabo. Let's see, a Sabo minor league card, an undersized card, and a defunct department store. Beautiful.