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

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The Memphis Red Sox were a Negro League baseball team that were active from 1923 to 1950. The Red Sox Home games were played at Martin Park. They had the distinction of being on of the few Negro League teams to own their own ballpark. The Red Sox were charter members of the Negro American League. Legendary Country singer Charley Pride pitched for ...

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The 1949 University of South Carolina Gamecocks were one of the finest to represent Carolina. The team racked up an impressive record of 15-6 and earned them a state championship. Pictured here is a replica on-field baseball caps produced by EBBETS FIELD FLANNELS. The two one cap features a light heather grey crown matched up to burgundy eyelets and button, and bill. Attached ...

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The most famous player to come out of Brooklyn College was Marius Russo. Known as  "The Kid from Long Island" Russo a short stint with the New York Yankees. His high-level performance over 4 years included wto World Series wins in 1941 and 1943. This faithful reproduction made by EBBETS FIELD FLANNELS is made of 100% wool in Marroon. The cap ...

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The Paris Lakers Minor League baseball team were based in the central Illinois city of Paris. During the 1951 season, the Lakers won the  M-O-V League pennant by a huge margin. They won 15 games over the second-place Centralia Zeros. Notably Clint “Butch” McCord led the league in four offensive categories. Pictured here is an authentic reproduction, created by EBBETS FIELD FLANNELS. The ...

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The Nashville Vol's played at legendary Sulpher Dell in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. During the 1954 season, the Nashville Vols'  Bob Lennon led the Southern Association in home runs, Hits, Runs, and RBI. Lennon set an all-time Southern Association record with 64 home runs. Here is an authentic reproduction of the Vols on-field fitted caps. The cap is solid Black with a satin ...

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The Carolina League operated as an outlaw league. They were not members of the National Association, and did not play by their rules. Many Carolina League teams were affiliated with local textile mills.  To attract players, many mills would hire them to "no-show" positions at their factories. Minor league players from organized baseball would often moonlight with Carolina League teams under ...

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EBBETS FIELD FLANNELS kicks off 2018 with a new range of caps. Included in the new lineup is the 1954 Ashville Tourists Fitted Cap. During the 1954 season the Asheville Tourists, led by Jasper Spears took the Tri-State League pennant, beating Knoxville by 13 games. The Tourist's star pitcher Pitcher Lester Fessette was a major factor in 22 wins for the team. Pictured here is an authentic ...

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Minneapolis Millers outfielder Nick Cullop, was nicknamed "Tomato Face" due to his hot temper. During the 1930 season, Cullop hit 54 home runs and batted in 152. He went on to become the all-time Minor League RBI leader. In addition to his hitting prowess, Cullop occasionally pitched. During his career he played for five Major League teams. This reproduction 1930 Minneapolis Millers ...

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