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Dugout Memories presents the vintage Pacific Coast baseball caps by American Needle
Relive your pastime with the Statesman Collection ADJUSTABLE caps by American Needle for $34.95
Washed flannel 6 panel unstructured cap with a vintage LEATHER adjustable backstrap, appliquéd logo in
felt and cotton yarn, soft visor filler, team name embroidered on vintage faux leather sweat,
ivory tapes, green satin undervisor.. Featuring classis vintage years of the
Pacific Coast League and Federal Leagues teams of the 1930-1950's..

In the first half of the 20th century, the Pacific Coast League developed into one of the premier regional baseball leagues. The cities enfranchised by the other two high-minor leagues, the International League and the American Association, were generally interwoven geographically with the major leagues. Such was not the case with the PCL. With no major league baseball team existing west of St. Louis, the PCL was unrivaled as the vehicle for American west coast baseball. Although never recognized as a true major league, the quality of play was considered very high. Drawing from a strong pool of talent in the area, the PCL produced a number of outstanding players, including future major-league stars Joe DiMaggio, Ted Williams, Tony Lazzeri, Paul Waner, Earl Averill, Bobby Doerr, and Ernie Lombardi
Oakland Oaks (PCL)

Along with the Los Angeles Angels, Portland Beavers, Sacramento Solons, San Francisco Seals, and Seattle Indians, the Oaks were charter members of the Pacific Coast League which was founded in 1903. $34.95
Oakland Oaks 1947

Wool flannel blend snapback version of vintage PCL's Oakland Oaks 1947, flat visor, lofted logo and dark green undervisor with CLOTH headband and stiff crown. $24.95
Oakland Oaks Oakland Oaks PCL


San Francisco Seals (PCL)

The Seals celebrated their inaugural year in Seals Stadium by winning the PCL pennant in 1931. The following year, Seals outfielder Vince DiMaggio arranged a tryout for his younger brother Joe. In 1933, Joe DiMaggio hit safely in 61 straight games. $34.95
San Francisco Seals 1956

Wool flannel blend snapback version of vintage PCL's San Francisco Seals 1956, flat visor, lofted logo and dark green undervisor with CLOTH headband and stiff crown. $24.95
San Francisco Seals San Francisco Seals (PCL)


Seattle Rainers(PCL)

The Seattle Rainiers, originally named the Seattle Indians and also known as the Seattle Angels, were a minor league baseball team in Seattle, Washington, that played in the Pacific Coast League from 1903 to 1906 and 1919 to 1968 $34.95
Seattle Rainers 1957

Wool flannel blend snapback version of vintage PCL's Seattle Rainers 1957, flat visor, lofted logo and dark green undervisor with CLOTH headband and stiff crown. $24.95
Seattle Rainers Seattle Rainers (PCL)


Chicago Whales (Federal)

They originally lacked a formal nickname, and were known simply as the "Chicago Federals" (or "Chi-Feds") to distinguish them from the Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox. $34.95
Chicago Whales 1915

Wool flannel blend snapback version of vintage Federal League Chicago Whales 1915, flat visor, lofted logo and dark green undervisor with CLOTH headband and stiff crown. $24.95
Chicago whales Chicago Whales (Federal)


Hollywood Stars 1950(PCL)
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The original Stars, though supposedly representing Hollywood, actually played their home games as tenants of the Los Angeles Angels at Wrigley Field in South Los Angeles. $34.95
Hollywood Stars

Wool flannel blend snapback version of vintage PCL Hollywood Stars, flat visor, lofted logo and dark green undervisor with CLOTH headband and stiff crown. $24.95
Hollywood Stars Hollywood Stars


LA Angels (PCL)

Long before the Brooklyn Dodgers and NY Giants brought the major leagues to Cal. in 1958, professional baseball thrived on the West Coast in the form of the Pacific Coast League. $34.95
LA Angels (PCL)

From 1903 through 1957, the LA Angels, a PCL team, were one of the mainstays of the Pacific Coast League, winning the PCL pennant 12 times. $34.95
LA Angels

Wool flannel blend snapback version of vintage PCL Los Angels Angels, flat visor, lofted logo and dark green undervisor with CLOTH headband and stiff crown. SOLD OUT
LA Angels Los Angeles Angels (PCL)


Portland Beavers (PCL)

With the exception of the 1929 season, Portland hosted a team named the Beavers from 1919 to 1972.In 1924, Philadelphia Athletics owners John Shibe and Tom Shibe purchased the team and the Vaughn Street Park and affiliated the Beavers with the Philadelphia Athletics. $34.95
Portland Beavers 1945 Portland Beavers 1945


Minneapolis Millers (American)

The Minneapolis Millers were an American professional minor league baseball team that played in Minneapolis, Minnesota, until 1960. Ted Williams, Willie Mays and Carl Yastrzemski were among some future major leaguers who played for the Millers. $34.95
Minneapolis Millers Minneapolis Millers 1951


Newark Bears (International)

The original Newark Bears were a team in the International League from 1926 to 1949. They played their home games at the former Ruppert Stadium in what is now known as the Ironbound section of Newark. $34.95
Newark Bears Newark Bears


New York Black Yankees (Negro)

The team was founded in Harlem as the Harlem Black Bombers in 1931 by financier James "Soldier Boy" Semler and dancer Bill "Bojangles" Robinson.The New York Black Yankees were a professional Negro league baseball team based in New York City, Paterson, NJ, and Rochester, NY which played in the Negro National League from 1936 to 1948. $34.95
NY Black Yankees NY Black Yankees


House of David (UNk)

The House of David started playing baseball around 1913 as a weekend endeavor, by 1915 the team was playing a more grueling schedule. By 1920, the team was "barnstorming" around the country.The Israelite House of David, a religious community, was established in Benton Harbor, Michigan, in 1903. SOLD OUT >
House of David 1925 House of David 1925


St. Louis Terriers 1914(Federal)

The St. Louis Terriers were a baseball club that played in the short-lived Federal League in 1914 and 1915. They played their home games at Handlan's Park. $34.95
St.. Louis Terriers St. Louis Terriers (Federal)



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