Hello, New Hampshire – Welcome to the One Million Cubs Project

New Hampshire becomes the 28th state that Cubs cards have originated in the One Million Cubs Project for 2019.


Thanks to Daniel for a package of 125 Cubs that included a few new additions. The highlight was a Sammy Sosa jersey Relic from 2004 Topps Finest.

Jose Quintana in XFractor form from 2018 Topps Chrome.

A couple of 2016 Bowman’s Best refractors of Jake Arrieta and Kyle Schwarber.

I have never seen these 2013 Panini Hometown Heroes Rivalry cards. Steve Stone is featured for both Chicago teams, where he spent much of the 1970’s in either a Cubs or White Sox uniform.


Lou Brock is here as we all know he was an up and coming outfielder for the Cubs before the organization gave up on him in 1964 and dealt him to the St. Louis Cardinals. We all know what happened after that.

Ryne Sandberg from the 2013 Hometown Heroes set. I will admit that this card does look like a poorly designed custom card, but it’s Ryno.

The Goal (2019) 
Jan. 1, 2019 Cubs Count252,381
2019 Cubs Card Goal400,000
2019 Cubs Card Count34,162
Number of Days91
Average Card Mailday (2019)375
Average Card Mailday (extrapolated for year)137,023
Cubs Card Total Projection (2019)389,404

One Million Cubs Project Stats

Monday’s (4/1/2019) Cards: 125

Monday’s (4/1/2019) Packages: 1

January’s Cubs Count: 9,343

February’s Cubs Count: 8,980

March’s Cubs Count: 15,704

April’s Cubs Count: 125

Total Trades/Donations: 87

Trade States of Origin:

California (4)
Connecticut (6)

Florida (2)


Illinois (12)
Indiana (3)

Maryland (4)
Massachusetts (3)

Minnesota (2)

New Hampshire
New Jersey (6)
New York (7)
North Carolina (2)
Ohio (4)
Pennsylvania (3)

Rhode Island

South Carolina
Tennessee (4)
Texas (4)
Washington (2)

West Virginia
Wisconsin (9)

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