1900s - 1970s: 1963 Post #175 Don Landrum Kudos to post for the picture of Landrum as a Cub. The Cubs picked him in a trade on June 5, 1962 and this 1963 Post card shows him at Wrigley in the home pinstripes. Even better, it's actually Don Landrum! The 1963 Topps card for Landrum featured a picture of...
1980s: 1982 Topps #484 Ivan DeJesus The weak-hitting shortstop did his best work ever for the Cubs in 1982--he was traded to the Phillies in January for Larry Bowa and Ryne Sandberg.
1990s: 1995 Donruss #441 Derrick May Bright sunshine, green ivy, blue pinstripes, MLB patch on the sleeve....a nice looking card.
2000s: 2005 Retired Signatures Gold #20 Ernie Banks Looks like Mr. Cub is at spring training in Scottsdale in 1973, when he was on the Cubs coaching staff. I wonder what ever became of the ball he's signing?
2010s: 2010 T206 #233 Frank Chance Because on tobacco card brand (Allen & Ginter) wasn't enough, Topps trotted out T206. The 2010 set was it's last, and it was replaced by Gypsy Queen in 2011. Can't say that I disagree with that decision. The GQ cards are more visually appealing than these T206 cards. The picture here comes from the original T206 portrait yellow background card. It was one of three Chance cards in the 1909 set,