University of Missouri 1950 Ballcap
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- Made in the USA
- Genuine travel gray wool broadcloth, black wool visor, black on gold felt "M"
- Standard visor with green satin under visor
- Vintage hair cloth backed buckram crown
- Satin taping with cotton sweatband
- Item #: MIZ50C
League: Collegiate Baseball
History: After a slow start of losing their first 6 games in 1950, Coach John "Hi" Simmons' boys won 11 of their next 14 games to to gain second place in the Big Seven race. Bob Wachter led in batting with .383 and lefty Bob Smith took pitching honors with a 5-1 record, including a one-hitter against Colorado and a first string berth on the District 5 NCAA team. Little Bill "Red" Eatock captained the moundsmen. The Missouri Tigers are currently members of the Southeastern Conference and play their home games in Taylor Stadium at Simmons Field, named after the legendary coach. Simmons had a lifetime record of 481-294-3.
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I absolutely love the character of the materials, especially the grey that makes up the main part of the hat. The adjustable strap looks high end, as well. Beautifully made and comfortable.
It absolutely met my expectations. I gave it to my brother for his Birthday and he really liked it. He will be proudly wearing your product this weekend at Missouri’s last game football game against Arkansas.
I absolutely love this cap. I purchased one in December 2018 and now wear it just about daily. I am a graduate of MU and a life member of the alumni association. I am a lifelong baseball fan and did not hesitate to purchase this "throw back" cap.I liked the cap so much that I purchased a second one to "gift" to my uncle.
Exceptional quality. Quick delivery. Will definitely be ordering again soon!
I was born in 1950 on the campus of MIZZOU, one of my sons graduated from MIZZOU and the other son’s good friend went there to play baseball,later he was drafted by SanFrancisco