1980s:1988 Starting Lineup Talking Baseball Luis Quinones These cards didn't come with Startling Lineup figures, they were with the Talking Baseball game (more on it here.) Quinones was a journeyman infielder who spent the 1987 season with the Cubs. His .218 average in 49 games good enough for Kenner to include him in their game. It wasn't good enough for the Cubs to keep him on their roster. He was traded to the Reds just before the start of the '88 season and spent most of the year in AAA.
2000s: 2004 Timeless Teams #54 Jim Hickman It was nice to include the 1969 Cubs among all the other pennant and World Series champs in the Timeless Teams set. Hickman was the right fielder and hit 21 home run. He didn't become a regular in the lineup until August and ended the season very strongly...14 homers and 31 RBIs in two months. He was the only regular with anything left in the tank. The others were worn ragged by September, a big factor in the team's collapse.
2010s: 2010 Topps Traded #184 Blake DeWitt DeWitt came to the Cubs from the Dodgers at the trade deadline, Ted Lilly and Ryan Theriot went west. He hit .250 for the Cubs in 53 games.