Kansas City Blues 1947 Vintage Ballcap

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$49.00

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Description: Authentic reproduction of the original 1947 Kansas City Blues ballcap. Hand-sewn from genuine wool baseball cloth. This cap is built to last a lifetime. 

Product Details:

  • Made in the USA
  • Genuine navy wool broadcloth, white embroidered "KC"
  • Standard visor with green satin under visor
  • Vintage hair cloth backed buckram crown
  • Satin taping with cotton sweatband
  • Item #: KCB47C

League: American Association

History: The Blues were a top Yankees affiliate in 1947 and the American Association pennant winner that year. Cliff Mapes led the league in RBIs, and Kansas City led the AA in attendance, with over 379,000 fans going through the turnstiles at Blues Stadium, later renamed Municipal Stadium rebuilt for the arrival of the Athletics from Philadelphia. Rookie Mickey Mantle was briefly sent down to KC in 1951 when he got off to a slow start at the plate in New York.

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TK
03/18/2020
Tyler K.
United States United States
Ball caps are ace!

The ball caps are amazing. Nice fit and really, really great quality. I’ll order more hats no doubt.

JD
02/11/2020
Joel D.
United States United States
INCREDIBLE

I absolutely love this ball cap. The quality is TOP NOTCH!

I
02/03/2020
Ivan
United States United States
Beautiful hat

Hat fits well and looks great, shipped fast too. Would definitely buy from EFF again.

JH
11/28/2019
Janet H.
United States United States
Vintage KC hat

I bought it for my son for Christmas.

B
08/17/2019
BW
Greatly Appreciated

My step-father’s uncle, Carl DeRose, wore this cap when he pitched the first perfect game in American Association history for the Blues in 1947.