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From 1871-1952, the Braves called Boston home. Sharing the fans of Boston with the Red Sox proved difficult and in 1953, Braves owner Lou Perini moved his National League baseball club from Boston to Milwaukee in hopes of better financial success.

The team’s cap from 1953-1965 is iconic in itself but after being worn by greats like Hank Aaron, Eddie Mathews and Warren Spahn, it became an absolute classic.

The Braves never had a losing season in their entire 13 year stint in Milwaukee and even won their second World Series title in 1957.

The Braves franchise is the only one to have won a World Series in 3 different cities they’ve called home and are the oldest continuously operating professional sports franchise in North America.

1953 Milwaukee Braves Wool Cap

  • A wool blend cap, with a soft crown and flat brim. A traditional green cotton under-brim for a classic, authentic look. All caps are made with an adjustable strap and metal clasp.

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