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

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The Binghamton Triplets minor league baseball cap team that was active from 1923–1968. Affiliated with the New York Yankees, the cap logo represented the “Triple Cities” of Binghamton, Endicott, and Johnson City, New York. Binghamton was a hone for future major league star athletes like Whitey Ford, Thurmon Munson, Joe Peptitone, Clete Boyer, and Tony LaRussa. Pictured here is an authentic reproduction from EBBETS FIELD FLANNELS in Navy. ...

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Right now Ebbets Field Flannels is offering their fan's something special. Right now, the American nostalgic sportswear brand is offering  20% Off Sitewide right now. Take advantage of the Spring Training Sale by using the promotional code Sp18 at the checkout to save. Add more pieces to your collection by going over to www.ebbets.com  EBBETS FIELD FLANNELS 108 S Jackson St  Seattle, Washington 98104 ...

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Right after the end of World War II, the team roster of University of San Francisco was one of the finest to wear the school's colors. They were lead by  Con Dempsey and centerfielder Paul Schramka, the Dons finished the season with an impressive 8-1 record. Shown here is an authentic reproduction of the team's on-field cap from that season. Done in 100% ...

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After 13 consecutive losing seasons and an abysmal batting average of .190 in 1968, the Vanderbilt Commodores Baseball team finally broke through to the winning side posting a 21-18 record in 1969. The team was helmed by second-year Head Coach Larry Schmittu. He would lead Vandy their first two SEC Divisional and Conference Championships between the  1971 - 1974 seasons.  Catch ...

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1955 was the second year that the Oklahoma A&M Aggies Baseball team appeared in the College World Series.  In 1957 the team's name was changed into Oklahoma State Cowboys. This was just the start of a College Baseball dynasty. The Cowboys made 18 more appearances in the CWS, resulting in their 30 Big Eight Championships and 44 NCAA Tournament appearances. Shown here is ...

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Arguably Cuba's best Baseball during the 1940's was not played in Havana’s professional league. It was in an amateur outfit, which was made of company, military, and university teams. Shown here is an authentic reproduction of the cap worn by Circulo Militar during that era. The two-tone cap features a Light Grey Heather crown with a Royal Blue bill and button. The ...

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After 13 straight losing seasons and a team batting average of .190 in 1968, the Vanderbilt Commodores Baseball team vindicated themselves with a  21-18 record in 1969. Vanderbilt was driven by second-year Head Coach Larry Schmittu. He would assist to bring the first two SEC Divisional and Conference Championships between 1971 - 1974. Pictured here is an authentic reproduction of the 1960 Vanderbilt University ...

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During the 1952 season Max West hit 35 home runs for the Angels. The team leading the Pacific Coast League, but lost the pennant race to their crosstown rivals Hollywood. The Angels played in Wrigley Field, which was also home to the expansion American League. Angels in 1961. Shown here is an authentic reproduction of the 1952 Los Angeles Angels fitted cap. The cap is ...

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