Through a stroke of luck I ran across the find Chicago Cubs blog titled Wrigley Roster Jenga. Anthony's goal is to collect at least one card of every man who played for the Cubs. This is a terribly difficult goal in my opinion for two reasons:
1. The Cubs are one of the oldest franchises as they date back to 1876.
2. The rosters have been a revolving door the past few seasons, with many players on the shuttle from Iowa to Chicago.
Side note: This is my first look at the back of a '53 Bowman card. Pretty neat that Brown debuted in The Show at the tender age of sixteen. Also, I like that the card gives the owner room to pencil in the player's stats from the current year. That's a little different to say the least.
Accompanying the sixty year old cardboard in the yellow bubble mailer were some other vintage-esque cards.
Whelp, my Heritage needs for 2014 have now been crossed off.
Thanks for a great trade, Anthony! Good luck on tracking down some of those elusive Cubs!