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Ebbets Field Flannels Satchel Paig... Ebbets Field Flannels Satchel Paige 1952 Wool Signature Series Ballcap

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    Ebbets Field Flannels Satchel Paige 1952 Wool Signature Series Ballcap

    Summer Sale - Last Chance

    Colour : Brown

    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


    Ebbets is proud and excited to bring you this Signature Series ballcap. Made with the same style and construction of their classic vintage wool ballcaps.

    Made in the USA
    Genuine brown wool broadcloth
    Orange on cream felt number "29"
    Standard visor in orange wool with green satin under visor
    Vintage hair cloth backed buckram crown
    Satin taping with cotton sweatband
    Embroidered Satchel Paige signature on the back
    One size, adjustable
    Leather strap and antiqued brass closure
    Item #: PAI52C

    Due to the infamous “colour line”, the most legendary player in the Negro Leagues did not see his major league debut until the age of 42 (some say older), when Bill Veeck brought him to the Cleveland Indians in 1948, where he promptly helped the Tribe win the pennant. Paige was released by Cleveland in 1949, but his MLB career was not over. Veeck signed him to the St. Louis Browns, where Paige went 12-10 in 1952 for a team which lost 90 games. “Ol’ Satch” became the oldest player to pitch in a major league game in 1965, when he took the mound for the A's against the Boston Red Sox at the age of 59.

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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.