We've got more Otis Shepard artwork on the cover. I find it interesting that the cover shows the food and fun you can have at the ballpark, but doesn't show anything "Cub" related. The 1954 Cubs finished in 7th place (out of 8), winning only 64 games. Perhaps it was best to not show anything Cub related.
One nice feature on the cover is that it lists the year. I know that this one in from 1954. In 1956 the year was removed and it wasn't added back until 1977.
Take a look at those concession items and prices. You could get an egg sandwich and a big wedge of pie for 35 cents. Simpler times back then, when a ballpark sold egg sandwiches and pie.
A Pabst Blue Ribbon beer set you back 35 cents. In 1954, the minimum wage was 75 cents. That means it took you less than half an hour to earn a beer at Wrigley Field. Today, minimum wage is $7.25 and that same beer at Wrigley costs $7--almost a full hours work. The 1954 working stiff could get loaded for a lot less back then---simpler times back then??