Dunkin' Donuts issued their first set of Chicago Cubs bumper stickers in 1969-the season in which the team held onto first place for almost the entire season, only to collapse in mid-late September. Following that surprising season, the Massachusetts-based donut and coffee retailer issued a second series. The 1970 issue was far more attractive than the original set and featured the identical six players as the 69 set: Ernie Banks, Glenn Beckert, Randy Hudley, Don Kessinger, Ron Santo, and Billy Williams.
With such a great design, you know I've got to do an Atlanta Brave. And since the colors are reminiscent of those of the 1974 Braves team, who better than the Home Run King: Mr Henry Aaron.