Winnipeg Whips 1970 Vintage Ballcap
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Description: Authentic reproduction of the original 1970 Winnipeg Whips vintage ballcap. Hand-sewn from genuine wool baseball cloth. This cap is built to last a lifetime.
- Made in the USA
- International League
- Red, white and royal wool broadcloth
- Horse hair buckram crown
- Standard royal blue visor
- Satin taping
- Embroidered emblem
- Cotton sweatband
- Item #: WIN70C
League: International League
History: The Buffalo Bisons relocated to Winnipeg during the 1970 season. The team finished one game above last place but had the league strikeout leader in hurler Ernest McAnally who recorded 176 Ks. After finishing dead last in 1971 the team relocated again and became the Peninsula Whips. Classic 70s era multi-colored hat in the style of the parent Montreal Expos.
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Got this cap for my birthday, and it fits like it was tailored for me. The quality is very, very high and it looks amazing with the Expos umbrella colors. My father-in-law recognized the cap immediately--he grew up in Winnipeg and attended Whips games during their brief existence. Best of the best!
It’s a Beauty! Need not say more.
I choose this cap for its ( in my opinion) contemporary style. Unsure though if the white circle is a baseball or the moon?
Easily the best-quality baseball cap I've ever owned. Materials, stitching, attention to detail… everything's top-notch! A touch pricier than your average hat, but absolutely worth it!