1900s - 1970s: 1909 T206 Harry Steinfeldt with Bat This is one of two cards of the forgotten infielder from the World Champion 1907 and 1908 Cubs. Tinker, Evers, and Change got all the press and poor Harry was ignored.
1980s: 1981 Topps Stickers #157 Rick Reuschel The sticker gives us an odd angle of Big Daddy. The '81 season wasn't a good one for Rick. He was 4-7 with the Cubs and was traded to the Yankees during the strike stoppage. When play resumed, he went 4-4 in New York.
1990s: 1998 Topps Diamondbacks Version #108 Kevin Orie Topps issued specially marked sets for the Diamondbacks and Marlins inaugural season of 1998. You can see the Diamondback logo on the card, in and odd location, right between Orie's legs. Too bad the RNG didn't select the Marlin's version of the card, because that's were Orie ended up half way through the '98 season.
2000s: 2002 Milestone Materials Billy Herman I picked up this card when I was adding to my relics collection. Herman is arguably the best Cubs baseman ever not named Ryne Sandberg.
2010s: 2012 Topps Factory Team Set #CHC17 Wrigley Field This card give us a nice look at the Friendly Confines. Next year it's going to look a bit different as the bleachers are being rebuilt and video boards are going in.