Fitted Cap News: Thursday, December 14, 2017
Fitted Cap News:
Thursday, December 14, 2017

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The St. Louis Browns played in the MLB under this name for more than 50 years before eventually moving to Baltimore - and becoming the Baltimore Orioles. The Browns experienced long succession of losing and winning seasons amidst the distractions around the world during their time in the Majors. They went through several ownership changes, ballpark arrangements, the World War, ...

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Donning the St. Louis Browns title for 52 years, this team would eventually move to Baltimore and emerge as the Orioles; but before the move, this franchise would be owning baseball in the St. Louis area. The St. Louis Browns would win the league in 1926, defeating Babe Ruth and his Yankees in a grueling 7-game series. After the historic win ...

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A couple of weeks back we bought the exciting news of a new fitted design created by NEW ERA for NFL teams. For many fitted lovers its been a long time coming so the excitement of whats to come in the New Era x NFL era is almost too much. The hat featured here is from the On-Field collection. This NEW ERA 59Fifty fitted cap features a Brown crown with the Browns name embroidered across the front panel in Orange. Available now at http://www.go-britain.nl.

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The Cleveland Browns were founded way back in 1946 as a charter member of the All American Football Conference. The franchise then joined the the NFL in 1950 and has established itself as one of the NFL's more storied franchises. Here's a quick piece of pop trivia: The Browns are the only NFL team that does not have a logo on their helmet. This REEBOK fitted cap features Khaki front panel, Brown mesh back panel, and Brown brim. The front panel features the teams mascot Brownie B, circa 1959-69. Available now at Football Fanatics.

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Contrary to popular belief the St.Louis Browns have bear no relation to the modern day Cardinals. The only commonality between the two teams is that both called St.Louis home at one time or another. The city belonged to the Browns from 1902 - 1953, that's when the Busch family brought the Cardinals to town, making the Browns second class citizens in their own town. This series of events prompted then owner Bill Veek to move the team to Baltimore and the rest is history. This fitted baseball cap features a Grey crown with a Brown brim and the STL logo in Orange on the front panel. Available now at American Needle.

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