Last week they started selling the 100 card Heritage High Number set. The set is available only via the Topps website. For the low price of only one hundred dollars you get one hundred cards and one autographed card.
I did not buy the set.
I did buy the Cubs team "set," all one card of it.
I shouldn't complain. After getting completely shut out of the 100 card Chrome Update set, I should be happy that at least one Cub was deemed Heritage High worthy by the good folks at Topps.
And who did Topps grant the privilege of inclusion to?
Wood is Cub #17 to be included among the 600 cards of Heritage.
Both the 1964 Cubs and the 2013 Cubs were not very good. The '64 team was 76-86 while the '13 team was ten games worse, 66-96.
The only bright spot?
The 2013 Cubs will have none.