Let's take a look at what kind of Cubs cards can be found at the Dollar Store in Canada.
I'm still scratching my head at the decision to give Kris Bryant his own 30-card insert set in Topps Series 1.
Award Winners. Cool.
In my humble opinion, this is the best looking card from Douglas' package. Panini for the win.
Failed Cubs prospects. Argh.
Who would you vote as the most underrated Chicago Cub? It's certainly not Kris Bryant.
Brett Eldredge. I've actually started to listening to some country music the last couple of years and I really favor Eldredge's musical stylings... lively and fun to sing to.
Ahhh. I thought Koji Fujikawa was going to light the world on fire. Boy, I missed on that one.
Random Cubs goodness. The DLee Opening Day card is my favorite of this lot.
Hey! A new Ryne Sandberg card for my Ryno player collection! This one is a 1997 Leaf issue.
Lastly, we have one of those manu-relics celebrating the Players' Weekend from last season. This is my first look at these in hand and it is pretty cool.
I wish the card pictured Kyle Schwarber's back so we could see the "Schwarbs" nickname on the reverse side of his jersey. Or, if nothing else, I think the back of the card should have made mention of his nickname. No such luck. It is what it is.
Douglas, thanks for the cardboard! I'll be sure to add you to my list of people I owe cards, which seems to be growing by the week. Stay patient folks. This teacher/coach will play catch up this spring break and/or summer and cards will be sent. In the meantime I'll keep sorting "The Collection" into piles. Fun-fun!