Ron Campbell’s 1967 card was the alpha
and the omega of Topps cards for the
utility infielder, as it would be both his
rookie card and his final card. Campbell
would grab three cups of coffee with the
Chicago Cubs during the 1964-66
seasons, ultimately landing his only
cardboard rectangle in 1967.
Unfortunately for Campbell he would not
play in the big leagues in 1967--- or for
that matter, ever again.
Editor’s Note: Campbell would play
second, short and third in 52 games for
the Cubs, hitting .247 with one home run,
backing up the likes of Glen Beckert,
Don Kessinger and Ron Santo.