Topps has had these types of cards before and one of them showed a Cub.
But I couldn't think of anyone currently with the Cubs that has a dad that played in the majors. The only possibility I came up with is Dwight Smith, Jr., who's dad played for the Cubs. So who is on the card?
Now that the cards are out I have the answer.
Topps messed up.
There is a card in the set with that name, #61.
The checklist from Topps names this cards as "Manny Being Manny".
Turns out that card is #15, showing Manny Machado. The checklist says that #15 is "Hollywood Heroes" But the real "Hollywood Heroes" card is #298.
And how is #298 listed on the checklist? "Big Air Big Hair".That card is #72.
Then the checklist has #72 as Good Bye Home Run, which as we now know, is the Cubs card, #325.
Turns out that nine out of the ten checklist cards were misnamed on the checklist that Topps released.
Here's how Topps messed it up the checklist they issued.....
#15 Hollywood Heroes is actually Manny Being Manny
#18 Christian & Nolan is actually Master and Apprentice
#31 Close Call is Close Call --- this is the only one listed correctly
#61 Manny Being Manny is actually Like Father Like Son
#72 Good-Bye Home Run is actually Big Air Big Hair
#85 Soaking It All In is actually Tim and Yolmer
#157 Master and Apprentice is actually Soaking It All In
#160 Tim and Yolmer is actually Christian & Nolan
#298 Big Air Big Hair is actually Hollywood Heroes
#325 Like Father Like Son is actually Good-Bye Home Run