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Juarez Indios 1950 Vintage Ballcap



History: Ciudad Juarez was the only champion of the short-lived Mexican National League, which was set up to challenge Jorge Pascual’s independent Mexican League in 1946. After the demise of the MNL, the Indios joined the Class-C Arizona-Texas League (a young player named Billy Martin led that circuit in batting average, hits, and RBI as a member of the Phoenix Senators). In 1950 Ciudad Juarez won the pennant with Syd Cohen as manager. A 93-55 record put them two games ahead of cross-border rivals El Paso.

Product Details:

  • Arizona-Texas League
  • Made in the USA
  • Authentic reproduction of the ballcap worn in 1950 by the Juarez Indios
  • Red crown and visor
  • Red button
  • Felt "J"
  • Standard Visor
  • Green satin under visor
  • Vintage Hair Cloth buckram crown
  • Satin taping
  • Cotton sweatband
  • Item #: JUA50C
Adjustable size comes with a leather strap and antiqued brass closure.
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