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Fitted Cap News: Sunday, August 19, 2018
Fitted Cap News:
Sunday, August 19, 2018

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The Angels played in LA's own Wrigley Field, where the TV show "Home Run Derby" and many baseball films were set including “The Pride of the Yankees” about Lou Gehrig. The 1961 American League expansion Angels played their first season at Wrigley, also known as “The Million Dollar Palace.” All Ebbets Vintage Authentic Ballcaps are proudly Made in the USA ...

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New research by the Ebbets vintage archivists has uncovered this gorgeous cap from Philadelphia’s top Negro league team. The Stars were founded by former Hilldale owner Ed Bolden, and the team was co-owned by Eddie Gottlieb, who also owned the basketball Sphas and Warriors. Among the many great players who donned a Stars uniform were Biz Mackey, Chet Brewer, and ...

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For decades, promoter Max Rosner's Brooklyn Bushwicks were the elite of New York's thriving semi-pro baseball scene. They played in their own stadium - Dexter Park - and took on the greatest traveling teams of the day, such as the Kansas City Monarchs and House of David clubs. They also played other squads from the city when competing in the ...

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Let it RAIN Ebbets Field Flannels Vintage Ballcaps as in this classic 1955 Seattle Rainiers mainstay. Based out of Seattle, Washington, Ebbets vintage is always proud to push the history of the City in many of their products and this Red Rainiers Cap is no exception and a company favorite. The Rainier "R" was shared by the brewery owned by ...

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Yes, It’s “All About the U” with this NEW Ebbets Field Flannels 1958 University of Miami Hurricanes Cap. The 1958 Miami Hurricanes baseball squad were led by first year Head Coach Bob "Whitey" Campbell. Campbell, who excelled in basketball and baseball, was named the Outstanding Athlete for the first 25 years of Hurricanes athletics. His 4 years at the helm ...

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“Like oh sure, HE went to Harvard?” - Louis Winthorpe. Whether you’re familiar with the classic snobberish line from the comedy classic Trading Places or not, you can now be part of the elite with your very own vintage Harvard baseball cap plucked right from the 1940’s and 1950’s. The iconic white felt block “H” stands out strong on the ...

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Not to be confused with the namesake of the NBA franchise, these New York Knickerbockers were members United States Baseball league - The mother of all research challenges! The United States Baseball League was an attempt to do what the Federal League did two years later, which was establish a "major" league independent of the organized baseball structure. New York's ...

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EBBETS FIELD FLANNELS is proud to feature one of their favorite Vintage Ballcap releases ever – Cervezeria Polar 1950. In addition to the four-team Cuban League of the era, the island nation also had a lively amateur baseball scene. Many of the top teams were sponsored by companies. This club was named after the popular Polar brand beer. Ebbets ...

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