Fitted Cap News: Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Fitted Cap News:
Wednesday, October 1, 2014

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Welcome to EBBETS FIELD FLANNELS Red Ball Pennant series of headwear. Pictured here are the Pacific Coast League San Diego Padres. In 1936, Bill Lane moved his Hollywood franchise to the sleepy Navy town of San Diego. At the time it had just 20,000 residents. The next year Ted Williams lead the Padres ...

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EBBETS FIELD FLANNELS's goalkeeper series of headwear pays tribute to the history of American soccer. Pictured here is the 1943 Philadelphia Nationals fitted baseball cap, faithfully recreated. The team shared the home team advantage with the Philadelphia Stars of the Negro National League.  The Nationals took the regular season championship and Lewis Cup in ...

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EBBETS FIELD FLANNEL turns the spotlight onto American soccer with their Goalkeeper's series of headwear. Pictured here is a 1933 New York Brookhattan Goalkeepers cap. The  Brookhattan Soccer Club's name is a blending of Brooklyn and Manhattan. As an ironic twist, the team's home field was in the Bronx at Starlight Park. This faithful reproduction, 8 ...

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EBBETS FIELD switches things up with their Goalkeepers series of headwear. The range of caps spotlights classic Ammerica soccer teams. Northern Ohio's large German population gave it a deep history with football, or Soccer in American English. The Cleveland Americans were runners up to Brookhattan in the 1945 Challenge Cup. Pictured here is a reproduction fitted cap from the ...

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The Dayton Ducks were a war era baseball franchise based in Brooklun. The team competed in the Middle Atlantic league. The Ducks Star pitcher, Arnold Reichert  lead the league with 1.50 ERA. EBBETS FIELD FLANNELS presents a faithful reproduction of the 1942 Dayton Ducks cap. The two tone style, includes a gray wool ...

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The Beaumont Exporters competed in the Texas League. The longstanding Minor League franchise ran with the nickname, Exporters from their 1920 to 1949 seasons. Pictured here is a faithful reproduction, produced by EBBETS FIELD. This 8-Panel Cap is made of 100% wool. Attached up front is a die cut felt B in white. As with all , EFF releases, this cap is proudly made in ...

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The Minor League Pawtucket Red Sox (also known as the PawSox) baseball team was founded in 1970, competing in the AA class Eastern League. The franchise advanced to the AAA International League in 1973, replacing the Louisville as the Boston's lead affiliate. Pictured here is a authentic reproduction cap from the team's innagural season. Faithfully recreated by EBBETS FIELD, this cap is made in ...

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Japanese apparel and accessories brand, UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS pulls inspiration from the American heritage. Once again they have lined up with American headwear brand EBBETS FIELD FLANNELS for their Indigo P Umpires cap.  The short billed cap, features contrast piping in between each of the panels. The eyelets are embroidred in White. Attached to the front is a felt applique patch. ...

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