Fitted Cap News: Friday, March 24, 2017
Fitted Cap News:
Friday, March 24, 2017

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In 1938, the Seattle Indians were purchased by Emil Sick, owner of Seattle's Rainier Brewing Company, and rebranded as the Seattle Rainiers. Shown here is the team's official on-field cap from the inaugural season. The Rainiers competed in the Pacific Coast League, and were active from 1938–1964 and in 1972–1976. This authentic reproduction, is made with a 8 panel silhouette out of ...

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In 1947, the Kansas City Blues were a top performing New York Yankees affiliate. The team won the American Association pennant winner that season, leading the league in attendance. Star outfielder, Cliff Mapes led the league in RBI in the same year. Then rookie Mickey Mantle has a brief stint, in the Kansas City Blues, when he had a slow ...

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Let's rewind, to the mid 20th Century century. The original Miami Marlins were owned by franchise owner and promoter, Bill Veeck. Veeck brought veteran Negro Leagues Satchel Paige to Miami in 1956. Doubts about the aging pitching were dashed after Paige, shut down nine consecutive Marlins during a demonstration with the club. Pictured here is a authentic reproduction of the ...
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In 1958, the Des Moines Demons ranked at the top of the Three-I League with a record of 78 wins and 48 losses. Cal Emery was the league MVP and led the circuit in three offensive categories. Emery hit .400 while playing for Eugene of the Pacific Coast League in 1969. Ebbets Field Flannels presents a faithful reproduction of the team's on-field ...

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The Plataneros de Tabasco were a Mexican baseball team active during the 60s up until the 80s; and during their tenure as a baseball team they were able to capture the 1964 Mexican Southeast League Championship. The league was a minor league serving as a farm system for a number of Triple-A Class baseball teams. This Ebbets Field Baseball Cap ...

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In the post World War II era, the Mexican-American baseball scene flourished in Los Angeles, California. The team Chorizeros ( translated from Spanish, Sausage Makers) were sponsored by the Carmelita Provisions company, which is still in business today. The Chorizeros were a top tier club of their day. Shown here is an authentic reproduction from the team's 1953 season. The ...

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Jersey City's relationship with the New York Giants baseball team, came to a close at the end of the 1950 season after the Giant franchise rellocated to the West Coast. The Jersey City Giants were a high level minor league team that competed in the International League. Called the Little Giants, the team call Roosevelt Stadium home. The Giants won ...

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The Mariano Tigres competed in the four team Cuban League, representing the Havana neighborhood of Marianao. The Tigres were also known as the Monjes Grises ("Gray Monks"), and Ojos ("Bears"), During the teams run their roster included Cuban-born stars Adolfo Luque and Silvio Garcia, as well as U.S. major leaguers players, Charlie Dressing and Jim Bunning. This authentic reproduction of the ...

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