This intriguing cap was worn by the Brewers in the late 1930s.
MILWAUKEE BREWERS (AA) 1938 VINTAGE BALLCAPThis is a great piece. I had the opportunity to talk with the folks over at EFF while the cap was in production, and am so very pleased to finally see it available. Order yours today!
History: The Brewers name was first used for a Milwaukee ball club back in 1878. The American Association team began play in 1902. The Brewers played in the AA until 1952, winning the pennant in their final season. They were replaced in 1953 when the Boston Braves moved to Milwaukee in the first franchise shift in Major League Baseball in 50 years.
All Ebbets Field Flannels authentic ballcaps are made in the USA.
- Authentic reproduction of 1938 ballcap
- Current Rotation
- Navy wool broadcloth crown
- Soft visor
- Horse hair buckram crown
- Satin taping
- Felt lettering
- Cotton sweatband
- Green satin under visor