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Fitted Cap News: Sunday, May 20, 2018
Fitted Cap News:
Sunday, May 20, 2018

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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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Army 1957 Vintage Fitted Baseball Cap  by EBBETS FIELD FLANNELS  GO ARMY! BEAT NAVY! That’s probably the first thing you think of when you think ARMY sports. And with good reason… perhaps the most storied football rivalry in college sports between the Black Knights of West Point and the Midshipmen of the US Naval Academy dates back to their first ...

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EBBETS FIELD FLANNELS presents the Kansas City Katz 1961 replica fitted baseball cap as part of their most recent headwear release. In 1914, brothers Ike and Mike Katz opened two stores in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, one on the corner of 8th Street and Grand Avenue, and one in a building known as the Argyle Building on the corner of 12th and McGee Street. When ...

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The Kansas City Monarchs were considered royalty of the Negro leagues but after the color-line was shattered, the Negro American League suffered. Many fo their fans left to watch their favorite African-American stars in the Major Leagues. 1954 was the team final year in Kansas City. The Monarchs became a barnstorming team the following season. Pictured here is an authentic reproduction of the ballcap ...

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The Cincinnati Tigers were founded in 1934 by the first African-American to win an Olympic gold medal, DeHart Hubbard. The Tigers joined the Negro American League during its inaugural season in 1937. The team played its home games at Crosley Field while the Reds were on away games. Shown here is an authentic reproduction of the official on-field cap that the 1937 Cincinnati Tigers wore. ...

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The American Giants were the most dominant force in African-American baseball during the independent era prior to the establishment of the first Negro National League in 1920  The league was founded by Chicago native owner / manager / pitcher Rube Foster. Pictured here is an authentic reproduction of the ballcap worn by the Chicago American Giants during their 1914 season. The cap ...

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