1900s - 1970s: 1959 Topps #362 Dolan Nichols Here is a really obscure name in Cubs history. Nichols made his MLB debut with the Cubs in 1958, going 0-4 with an ERA of 5.01. That's not a great start. It was, in fact, his start and finish. Though Topps included him with the Cubs in 1959, the Cubs did not. He spent all of 1959 in the minors.
1990s: 1991 Topps #437 Doug Dascenzo 'Lil Dougie beats the Teufel tag. He spent the 1991 season platooning in outfield. His production was mediocre at best, ..255 with 1 HR and 18 RBIs. His pitching numbers were better... 3 games, 4 innings, no runs allowed.
2000s: 2000 Topps Chrome #281 Shane Andrews He was another in the long line of those trying to fill the black hole at third base. He hit 14 homers in only 66 games, but that was about it. The Cubs let him go as a free agent after the season.
2010s: 2013 Archives #71 Darwin Barney The Random Number Generator mocks me.