#42 Ron Santo -
He led the league in lots of offensive and defensive category and he was a regular all-star.
Not on the card - not only did he miss the Cubs winning the World Series, he passed away two years before getting inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2012.
#41 Chris Short -
Chris collected stamps. He's listed as 6-3 1/2. That's so specific. Baseball-reference.com lists him as 6-4. Either way those tall pitchers certainly must have been intimidating with the higher mound in the 1960s.
He led the NL in wild pitches one year. Wouldn't it have been better to mention that he won 20 games in a season?
Not much text since his career stats take up so much room. He listed his hobby as swimming.
Not on the card - he was an ambassador for the team for his entire life. His passing was featured on the news for numerous days and his funeral was televised in the Chicagoland area. He was quite revered around town just like Minnie Minoso, who passed away a few weeks later, and Ron Santo.