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Ebbets Field Flannels Pasadena Mer... Ebbets Field Flannels Pasadena Merchants 1919 Wool Vintage 8-Panel Ballcap

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    Ebbets Field Flannels Pasadena Merchants 1919 Wool Vintage 8-Panel Ballcap

    Summer Sale - Last Chance

    Colour : Grey

    Regular Price

    £ 79.00

    £ 59.25


    Let's find your perfect fit

    Free delivery over £ 100 | Free UK exchanges

    Free delivery over £ 100 | Free UK exchanges


    Authentic reproduction of the original 1919 Pasadena Merchants 8-panel ballcap. Hand-sewn from genuine wool baseball cloth.

    Made in the USA
    Genuine grey wool broadcloth with royal blue soutache
    Standard 3" gold wool visor with green satin under visor
    Royal blue felt "P"
    Vintage soft 8-panel crown
    Satin taping with cotton sweatband
    One size, adjustable
    Leather strap and antiqued brass closure
    Item #: PAS19C8
    League: California Winter League

    The California Winter League was a semi-pro circuit consisting of company-sponsored teams in Southern California. The Merchants took part in the famous "Flu Mask Game" vs. Standard Oil on January 26th, 1919. After a second wave of Spanish Influenza broke out the city of Pasadena issued a strict mask ordinance on January 18th. Both teams as well as umpires ands managers wore flu masks for the game, which was won by Standard Oil in extra innings. The league played very high-level baseball, and Pasadena's squad included at least seven major leaguers, including Frank Shellenback of the White Sox and Cincinnati's Red Killifer. Among the top players for Standard Oil were Doc Crandall from the Yankees and Chick Gandil of the White Sox.

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    Ebbets Field Flannels

    Ebbets Field Flannels continues to be run by its original founders, and remains committed to bringing the quality, beauty and craftsmanship of mid-Century American athletic garments to a 21st Century public.

    Co-founder Jerry Cohen grew up in Brooklyn, not far from where the fabled stadium once stood in Flatbush. Jerry listened to his father tell stories of the colourful players of another era. He was proud of the fiercely independent neighborhood. And the Brooklyn Dodgers' heritage as the first major league team to integrate professional baseball in 1947, with the addition of Hall-of-Famer Jackie Robinson.