All three Cubs have cards that are identical to their series one base card.
I've really grown to like Opening Day because of its low-frills features. The cards lack the fancy foil printing, which means you can actually read the names.
Compare the Flagship Castro on the left with the Opening Day on the right and you can see what I mean. When I make custom cards, I'll use Opening Day as the template.
There were a couple insert sets that also included a Cub on the checklist
Geovany Soto is celebrating a pinch hit walk-off homer he hit in the bottom of the 13th against the Giants on June 30....though I think its a stretch to give him the "Superstar" designation.
Starlin Castro made the fantasy squad. According to the back of his card,
he is only the second shortstop in history to hit .300 in each of the first two years of his career. The other is...
...hall of famer Arky Vaughan. Arky so impressed the Topps writers that they
misspelled his last name....unless I'm sitting on a super rare shortprinted error card!