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Fitted Cap News: Monday, June 25, 2018
Fitted Cap News:
Monday, June 25, 2018

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In 1934, Connie Mack led a group of American League stars including Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and Lefty Gomez on a wildly successful month-long tour of Japan. Crowds lined the Ginza in Tokyo shouting "Banzai Babe Ruth!" All Ebbets Vintage Authentic Ballcaps are proudly Made in the USA where old-world craftsmanship meets 21st Century fashion. You can celebrate the USA ...

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Cap worn by the "Crabbers" during the height of their 1950s glory, when Roberto Clemente and Willie Mays roamed the outfield for Santurce. Contrast eyelets and button. Embroidered "S". All Ebbets Vintage Authentic Ballcaps are proudly Made in the USA where old-world craftsmanship meets 21st Century fashion. You can pick up this classic Santurce Cangrejeros with felt emblem in sizes ...

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In 1956 Baseball was the "foreign" demonstration sport at the Melbourne Summer Olympic Games. The U.S. team, consisting of players from the Far East Command, played Australia in a 6-inning game at Melbourne Cricket Ground. The Americans won 11-5. All Ebbets Vintage Authentic Ballcaps are proudly Made in the USA where old-world craftsmanship meets 21st Century fashion. You can celebrate ...

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Known as the “Southern Yankees” due to winning 21 pennants in their history, the Crackers played at Ponce de Leon Park known as "Old Poncey" to fans and which is now part of the popular Piedmont Park in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. Owner Earl Mann deserves credit for signing the league's only black player Nat Peeples. Sixty-five years of Cracker baseball ...

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The Hebrew Orphan Asylum was a philanthropic organization designed to care for Jewish orphans. The original building was on East 77th Street in New York, but it was the ballfield at the later facility on Amsterdam Avenue and 136th Street that hosted occasional Negro league baseball games. The Asylum also featured their own baseball and basketball teams. In another curious ...

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In 1969, the Minnesota Golden Gophers capped off their third straight 30+ win season and second Big Ten Championship in a row. Two short years later, all around athlete and future Baseball Hall of Famer Dave Winfield burst on the scene. In 1973, Winfield won the College World Series Most Outstanding Player Award despite the team losing to the USC ...

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You’d be hard-pressed to find a better caliber cap than EBBETS' FIELD FLANNELS Colt 22’s featured today. This affiliate of the expansion Houston Colt .45s (who would later become the Houston Astros) was quite clever in their choice of a nickname. The "2"'s were slightly different from each other on the original cap. Ebbets' preserved this odd quirk in their ...

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Some quick history on this cap which can make you look like one cool cat… After winning the Texas League pennant in 1958, the Ft. Worth Cats moved up a classification into the AAA American Association the following season. The Cats made the playoff finals, where they lost to Minneapolis. Bob Will led the league in runs and hits. All ...

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