I've seen a few FrankenSets out there - for example John has a Braves set and a Uniform Number Set, Tom has a Cubs set, Nick has the Dime Box FrankenSet, Robert has a serial numbered card set, Night Owl has a night card set. Jeff's got a White Sox FrankenSet. I'm sure there are many others. Tell me about yours in the comments!
I decided this would be a good way to at least start organizing my Twins cards.
My own "rules" for the set are pretty simple -
1. Each card should be a Twins player in a Twins uniform (and exclude multi-team cards)
2. If at all possible, each page should have 9 unique players and 9 unique sets
3. Have Fun (Mandatory)
Here's Page 5:
#37 Chuck Knoblauch 1991 Fleer Update
#38 Danny Gladden 1987 Topps Traded
#39 Corey Koskie 2001 Fleer Platinum
#40 Phil Hughes 2015 Topps Heritage
#41 Rod Carew 2005 Leaf Sportscasters Red Fielding Glove /50
#42 Rick Aguilera 1992 Score
#43 Kent Hrbek 1988 Score
#44 Brad Radke 2003 Donruss Studio
#45 Kirby Puckett 2005 SP Legendary Cuts
The oldest card on this page is actually pretty recent. It's Dan Gladden's first Twins Topps card - he stuck around just long enough to earn two World Series rings and now he's back doing the radio broadcasts. I like his style and delivery, but his play by play has some room for improvement. Sometimes it takes awhile to figure out if a play was a hit or an out, if I don't listen from the beginning, it might take a couple innings to hear what the score is.
I like the Radke card because it features the architectural marvel that is the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome! Didn't take long to add another Puckett card to the Frankenset, either!