Louisville Black Caps NLB Mossy Slate Fitted Ballcap
Description: Featuring a two-tone construction with olive crown and slate visor, the Mossy Slate Vintage Inspired fitted collection takes some of our favorite teams and their logos, and recontextualizes them to create fashion pieces that will shine in your wardrobe. The contemporary high crown structured fitted cap features raised embroidery front logo with embroidered side patch and rear league logo.
- 100% polyester
- 3D embroidered "L" logo
- Standard slate visor with gray under visor
- Flat embroidered logos on sides and back
- Structured modern crown in olive
- Available in fitted sizes only
League: Negro National League
History: Founded in 1930, the Louisville Black Caps played in the Negro National League. The team's history was short and tumultuous, spending 1931 going by the name Louisville White Sox, then reverting back to the Black Caps monicker for 1932 as they joined the Negro Southern League. Just five months into the 1932 season the team relocated and became the Columbus Turfs for the remainder of the season before folding. Infielder and future Baltimore Elite Giants All-Star Sammy Hughes featured for Louisville in 1930 and '31.
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