NEGRO LEAGUES COLLECTION


A collaboration with the historic Negro Leagues Baseball Museum of Kansas City to honor our country's greatest pastime.

KANSAS CITY MONARCHS
$32.00
It was once said by Monarchs shortstop Jesse Williams that, "It was the ambition of every black boy to be a Monarch, just as it was for every white boy to become a Yankee." The Monarchs were truly one of baseball's greatest teams with legends like Satchel Paige, Ted Strong, Newt Allen and Buck O'Neil to name a few. It was also Jackie Robinson's first professional team. They captured ten pennants including 7 World Championships from 1924-1948. Made with 50% Polyester and 25% Combed Cotton and 25% Rayon Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look Officially licensed product of the Negro League Baseball Museum
KC MONARCHS CAP
$42.00
It was once said by Monarchs shortstop Jesse Williams that, "It was the ambition of every black boy to be a Monarch, just as it was for every white boy to become a Yankee." The Monarchs were truly one of baseball's greatest teams with legends like Satchel Paige, Ted Strong, Newt Allen and Buck O'Neil to name a few. It was also Jackie Robinson's first professional team. They captured ten pennants including 7 World Championships from 1924-1948. This vintage baseball cap is made in the USA by Ebbets Field Flannels. 6 Panel Crown with Cavalry Twill Standard 3" Visor with White snapback Made in the USA by Ebbets Field Flannels Officially Licensed Product of the NLBM
KC MONARCHS '42 CHAMPS
$32.00
It was a best-of-seven match-up between the Negro American League champion the Kansas City Monarchs and the Negro National League Homestead Greys. In a six-game series, the Monarchs swept the Grays four games to none, with two additional games not counted in the standings. It was the first World Series between eastern and western Negro Leagues champions since 1927 and gave bragging rights across baseball as World Champs. Many say the Monarchs at this time could have dismantled any current major league roster. Made with 50% Polyester and 25% Combed Cotton and 25% Rayon Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look Officially licensed product of the Negro League Baseball Museum
KC MONARCHS RAGLAN
$40.00
It was a best-of-nine match-up between the Negro League National champion Kansas City Monarchs and the Eastern Colored League champion Hilldale giants. The Monarchs narrowly defeated Hilldale 5 games to 4, with one tie game. It was the first World Series between the respective champions of the NNL and ECL in the second year of existence for the ECL, but no agreement could be reached in 1923 for a post-season series, owing primarily to unresolved disputes between the leagues. Five members of the Baseball Hall of Fame participated in the series: Biz Mackey, Judy Johnson, and Louis Santop played for Hilldale, while Bullet Rogan and Jose Mendez played for the Monarchs. In addition, Monarchs owner J.L. Wilkinson was also inducted into the Hall. Made with 50% Combed Cotton and 50% Polyester Unlike other Poly-Cotton t-shirts on the market, ours is made with combed cotton, giving it an ultra soft, worn in feel and superior drape. Raglan 3/4 Sleeves Officially...
NEW YORK BLACK YANKEES CAP
$42.00
The New York Black Yankees were founded in Harlem under the name Harlem Black Bombers in 1931 and were eventually invited to play in the Negro National League in 1936. Some notable players included Satchel Paige, Fats Jenkins, and Ted "Double Duty" Radcliffe. The team played its last season in Rochester, NY in 1948. 6 Panel Crown in Navy Pinstripe Wool Standard 3" Visor with Navy snapback Made in the USA by Ebbets Field Flannels Officially Licensed Product of the NLBM
NEW YORK BLACK YANKEES
$32.00
The New York Black Yankees were founded in Harlem under the name Harlem Black Bombers in 1931 and were eventually invited to play in the Negro National League in 1936. Some notable players included Satchel Paige, Fats Jenkins, and Ted "Double Duty" Radcliffe. The team played its last season in Rochester, NY in 1948. Made with 50% Polyester and 25% Combed Cotton and 25% Rayon Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look Officially licensed product of the Negro League Baseball Museum
MEMPHIS RED SOX CAP
$42.00
The Memphis Red Sox were a Negro League Baseball team that was active from 1923 to 1950. The franchise fielded a team in the Negro National League from 1924 to 1930. In 1937, Memphis became a charter member of the Negro American League and won the first half championship. The Red Sox remained in the league until 1950, but never contended for a title again. 6 Panel Crown in Red Cavalry Twill Standard 3" Visor with Navy snapback Made in the USA by Ebbets Field Flannels Officially Licensed Product of the NLBM
MEMPHIS RED SOX
$32.00
The Memphis Red Sox were a Negro League Baseball team that was active from 1923 to 1950. The franchise fielded a team in the Negro National League each season from 1924 to 1930, except the 1926 season when they joined the Negro Southern League. In 1937, Memphis became a charter member of the Negro American League and won the first half championship with a 21-4 record. The Red Sox remained in the league until 1950, but never contended for a title again. This vintage t-shirt honors the rich history of this Negro League ball club. Made with 50% Polyester and 25% Combed Cotton and 25% Rayon Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look Officially licensed product of the Negro League Baseball Museum
BALTIMORE BLACK SOX CAP
$42.00
The Baltimore Black Sox started as an independent team in 1916 and were one of the six original teams to make up the Eastern Colored League in 1923. The Black Sox boasted the "Million Dollar Infield" made up of Jud "Boojum" Wilson (first base), Frank Warfield (second base), Oliver "Ghost" Marcelle (third base), and Sir Richard Lundy (shortstop). This nickname was given to them by the media because of the prospective worth had they been white players. This vintage ball cap honors the "Million Dollar Infield".  6 Panel Crown in Black Chino Twill Standard 3" Visor with Black snapback Made in the USA by Ebbets Field Flannels Officially licensed product of the NLBM
BALTIMORE BLACK SOX
$32.00
The Baltimore Black Sox started as an independent team in 1916 and were one of the six original teams to make up the Eastern Colored League in 1923. The Black Sox boasted the "Million Dollar Infield" made up of Jud "Boojum" Wilson (first base), Frank Warfield (second base), Oliver "Ghost" Marcelle (third base), and Sir Richard Lundy (shortstop). This nickname was given to them by the media because of the prospective worth had they been white players. This vintage t-shirt honors the "Million Dollar Infield".  Made with 50% Polyester and 25% Combed Cotton and 25% Rayon Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look Officially licensed product of the Negro League Baseball Museum
HILLDALE GIANTS CAP
$42.00
The Hilldale Athletic Club was a professional baseball team located in Darby, Pennsylvania. The club started as an amateur team of local young men that eventually worked their way up to the professional stage. They were a charter member of the Eastern Colored League and won the leagues first three titles, as well as the 1925 Colored World Series.  6 Panel Crown in Red Chino Twill Standard 3" Visor with White snapback Made in the USA by Ebbets Field Flannels Officially Licensed Product of the NLBM
HILLDALE GIANTS
$32.00
The Hilldale Athletic Club was a professional baseball team located in Darby, Pennsylvania. The club started as an amateur team of local young men that eventually worked their way up to the professional stage. They were a charter member of the Eastern Colored League and won the leagues first three titles, as well as the 1925 Colored World Series.  Made with 50% Polyester and 25% Combed Cotton and 25% Rayon Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look Officially licensed product of the Negro League Baseball Museum
DETROIT STARS CAP
$48.00
Organized in 1919, the Detroit Stars fielded a team of outstanding players that defeated Rube Foster's Chicago American Giants and were dubbed the "Best in the West" that season. The Stars became a charter member of the Negro National League in 1920 and remained until the league's demise in 1931.  6 Panel Crown in Navy Cavalry Twill Standard 3" Visor with Navy snapback Made in the USA by Ebbets Field Flannels Officially Licensed Product of the NLBM
DETROIT STARS
$32.00
Organized in 1919, the Detroit Stars fielded a team of outstanding players that defeated Rub Foster's Chicago American Giants and were dubbed the "Best in the West" that season. The Stars became a charter member of the Negro National League in 1920 and remained until the league's demise in 1931.  Made with 50% Polyester and 25% Combed Cotton and 25% Rayon Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look Officially licensed product of the Negro League Baseball Museum
NEWARK EAGLES CAP
$42.00
The Newark Eagles were formed after two teams joined forces to make their mark on history; the Brooklyn Eagles and Newark Dodgers. The team joined the Negro National League in 1936 and were a force to be reckoned with until the league's demise in 1948. The Eagle's all-time highlight is when they won the Negro National League pennant and beat the Kansas City Monarchs in the 1946 World Series. 6 Panel Crown in Navy Chino Twill Standard 3" Visor with Navy snapback Made in the USA by Ebbets Field Flannels Officially Licensed Product of the NLBM
NEWARK EAGLES
$32.00
The Newark Eagles were formed after two teams joined forces to make their mark on history; the Brooklyn Eagles and Newark Dodgers. The team joined the Negro National League in 1936 and were a force to be reckoned with until the league's demise in 1948. The Eagle's all-time highlight is when they won the Negro National League pennant and beat the Kansas City Monarchs in the 1946 World Series. Made with 50% Polyester and 25% Combed Cotton and 25% Rayon Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look Officially licensed product of the Negro League Baseball Museum
INDIANAPOLIS CLOWNS CAP
$42.00
Best known for their colorful antics, the Clowns were also a sound baseball team. Led by a young cross-handed slugger from Mobile, Alabama named Henry Aaron, the clowns won the Negro American League championship in 1952. The Clowns played in the Negro American League from 1944-1955. 6 Panel Crown in Red Cavalry Twill Standard 3" Visor with Royal snapback Made in the USA by Ebbets Field Flannels Officially Licensed Product of the NLBM
INDIANAPOLIS CLOWNS
$32.00
Best known for their colorful antics, the Clowns were also a sound baseball team. Led by a young cross-handed slugger from Mobile, Alabama named Henry Aaron, the clowns won the Negro American League championship in 1952. The Clowns fielded such stars as Buster Haywood, Woody Smallwood and showman Goose Tatum. They played in the Negro American League from 1944-1955. Made with 50% Polyester and 25% Combed Cotton and 25% Rayon Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look Officially licensed product of the Negro League Baseball Museum
ATLANTA BLACK CRACKERS CAP
$42.00
The Atlanta Black Crackers had a short stint in the Negro American League but made the most of it. At the beginning of the 1938 season there were two teams vying for to represent Atlanta in the Negro American League. The teams combined to play under the name Atlanta Black Crackers and continued to improve and won the second half title. 6 Panel Crown in Navy Cavalry Twill Standard 3" Visor with White snapback Made in the USA by Ebbets Field Flannels Officially licensed product of the NLBM
ATLANTA BLACK CRACKERS
$32.00
The Atlanta Black Crackers had a short stint in the Negro American League but made the most of it. At the beginning of the 1938 season there were two teams vying for to represent Atlanta in the Negro American League. The teams combined to play under the name Atlanta Black Crackers and continued to improve and won the second half title. The team moved to Indianapolis the following season, but kept the name, "The ABC's".  Made with 50% Polyester and 25% Combed Cotton and 25% Rayon Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look Officially licensed product of the Negro League Baseball Museum
CHICAGO AMERICAN GIANTS CAP
$42.00
The Giants won back-to-back-to-back Negro National League titles from 1920-1922 in the early stages of the first viable black league. They dominated professional baseball during the roaring 20s featuring such greats as Willie Foster, Jimmie Crutchfield, and Ted "Double Duty" Radcliffe. The team was run by the legendary Rube Foster. This vintage baseball cap is made in the USA by Ebbets Field Flannels.  6 Panel Crown in 100% Cream Wool Standard 3" Visor with Navy snapback Made in the USA Officially Licensed Product of the NLBM
CHICAGO AMERICAN GIANTS
$32.00
The Giants won back-to-back-to-back Negro National League titles from 1920-1922 in the early stages of the first viable black league. They dominated professional baseball during the roaring 20s featuring such greats as Willie Foster, Jimmie Crutchfield, and Ted "Double Duty" Radcliffe. The team was run by the legendary Rube Foster. Made with 50% Polyester and 25% Combed Cotton and 25% Rayon Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look Officially licensed product of the Negro League Baseball Museum
CLEVELAND BUCKEYES CAP
$42.00
The 1945 and 1947 Negro American League champions were managed by future Cleveland Indians catcher Quincy Trouppe. Notable players included Boston Braves' Rookie of the Year, Sam Jethroe, Chet Brewer, Jimmie Crutchfield and Parnell Woods. Their graduates to the Major Leagues included "Toothpick" Sam Jones (Indians) and Al Smith (White Sox). They played in the Negro American League from 1942-1948 and 1950. This vintage baseball cap is made in the USA by Ebbets Field Flannels. 6 Panel Crown with Cavalry Twill Standard 3" Visor with Navy snapback Made in the USA Officially Licensed Product of the NLBM
CLEVELAND BUCKEYES
$32.00
The 1945 and 1947 Negro American League champions were managed by future Cleveland Indians catcher Quincy Trouppe. Notable players included Boston Braves' Rookie of the Year, Sam Jethroe, Chet Brewer, Jimmie Crutchfield and Parnell Woods. Their graduates to the Major Leagues included "Toothpick" Sam Jones (Indians) and Al Smith (White Sox). They played in the Negro American League from 1942-1948 and 1950. Made with 50% Polyester and 25% Combed Cotton and 25% Rayon Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look Officially licensed product of the Negro League Baseball Museum
ST. LOUIS STARS CAP
$42.00
The St. Louis Stars, originally the St. Louis Giants, competed independently from 1906 to 1919, before they joined the Negro National League in 1919. The Stars built one of the great dynasties in Negro League history, winning three pennants in four years from 1928 to 1931. This vintage baseball cap pays tribute to the Stars and was made in the USA by Ebbets Field Flannels. 6 Panel Crown with Cavalry Twill Standard 3" Visor with Red snapback Made in the USA Officially Licensed Product of the NLBM
ST. LOUIS STARS
$32.00
The St. Louis Stars, originally the St. Louis Giants, competed independently from 1906 to 1919, before they joined the Negro National League in 1919. The Stars built one of the great dynasties in Negro League history, winning three pennants in four years from 1928 to 1931.  Made with 50% Polyester and 25% Combed Cotton and 25% Rayon Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming looK Officially licensed product of the Negro League Baseball Museum
PITTSBURGH CRAWFORDS CAP
$42.00
Originally, the team was composed of amateurs from the sandlots of the city's Hill district. Later, they became one of the most dominating teams in the mid 30s winning the Negro National League championship in 1935. Led by five future Hall of Famers: "Cool" Papa Bell, Oscar Charleston, Josh Gibson, Judy Johnson and the legendary Satchel Paige. In 1937, the team was dismantled. This vintage baseball cap was made in the USA by Ebbets Field Flannels. 6 Panel Crown with Cavalry Twill Standard 3" Visor with Black snapback Made in the USA Officially Licensed Product of the NLBM
PITTSBURGH CRAWFORDS
$32.00
Originally, the team was composed of amateurs from the sandlots of the city's Hill district. Later, they became one of the most dominating teams in the mid 30s winning the Negro National League championship in 1935. Led by five future Hall of Famers: "Cool" Papa Bell, Oscar Charleston, Josh Gibson, Judy Johnson and the legendary Satchel Paige. In 1937, the team was dismantled by the raids of Dominican Republic dictator General Rafael Trujillo. Made with 50% Polyester and 25% Combed Cotton and 25% Rayon Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming looK Officially licensed product of the Negro League Baseball Museum
HOMESTEAD GRAYS CAP
$42.00
Located in a small steel town just outside of Pittsburgh, the Grays dominated the Eastern baseball scene. From 1937 to 1945 they won nine straight league pennants. Led by future Hall of Famers Josh Gibson, Cool Papa Bell, Judy Johnson, Buck Leonard and Cuban great Martin Dihigo, the Grays assembled one of the greatest lineups of all-time. This vintage baseball cap is made in the USA by Ebbets Field Flannels. 6 Panel Crown with Heather Grey Flannel Standard 3" Visor with Navy snapback Made in the USA Officially Licensed Product of the NLBM
HOMESTEAD GRAYS
$32.00
Located in a small steel town just outside of Pittsburgh, the Grays dominated the Eastern baseball scene. From 1937 to 1945 they won nine straight league pennants. Led by future Hall of Famers Josh Gibson, Cool Papa Bell, Judy Johnson, Buck Leonard and Cuban great Martin Dihigo, the Grays assembled one of the greatest lineups of all-time. Made with 50% Polyester and 25% Combed Cotton and 25% Rayon Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look Officially licensed product of the Negro League Baseball Museum
PHILADELPHIA STARS CAP
$42.00
The Stars originated from the suburbs of Darby, PA and were formerly known as the Hilldale Giants. The Stars were an independent ball club in 1933, part of the Negro National League from 1934 to 1948, and affiliated with the Negro American League until 1952. The Stars never won a World Series, but were definitely a force to be reckoned with. This vintage baseball cap pays tribute to the Stars and was made in the USA by Ebbets Field Flannels. 6 Panel Crown with Cavalry Twill Standard 3" Visor with Navy snapback Made in the USA Officially Licensed Product of the NLBM
PHILADELPHIA STARS
$32.00
The Stars owned by Ed Bolden, originated from the suburbs of Darby, PA and were formerly known as the Hilldale Giants. In 1934, led by 20-year-old left-hander Slim Jones, the Stars defeated the Chicago American Giants in an exciting playoff series, four games to three, for the Negro National League pennant. At their high point in mid-1930s, the team starred such greats as Biz Mackey, Jud Wilson, and Dick Lundy. Made with 50% Polyester and 25% Combed Cotton and 25% Rayon Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look Officially licensed product of the Negro League Baseball Museum