Ecapcity.com continues its trend of World Series Hats. This week we bring you 2 all time popular New Era Caps with the sought after grey under visors and world series. Exactly like what the players wore during the 1995 Fall Classic. The Atlanta Braves iconic navy top with red visor color scheme and white logo, not much can be said about this colorway other than it its always duplicated for other MLB teams when it comes to custom colorways. The 1990’s Cleveland Indians Fitteds are probably some of the most sought after Hats. The “Big Face” Indian logo graces the front of these 2 caps. One in the Classic Navy and Red and the other in the all Navy, Fans haves begged for years for this Cap to be brought back into rotation. Here it is in retro fashion.
The 1995 World Series matched the Atlanta Braves against the Cleveland Indians. The Braves winning in 6 games to capture its 3rd World Championship in franchise history (the 1st in 1914 in Boston and 2nd in 1957 in Milwaukee), also making them the 1st franchise to win 3 crowns in 3 different cities. The Series was also Cleveland’s first Series appearance in 41 years and resumed the World Series because it was canceled due to a players strike in the previous season.
The 1995 World Series provided the only world championship of the 1990s to the decade’s most dominant National League team—the Atlanta Braves. After heartbreaking defeats to the Minnesota Twins and Toronto Blue Jays, Atlanta was trying for the 3rd time in 5 years to capture a title.
After years of terrible play, the city of Cleveland finally had a winner. The Indians batted over .300 as a team during a shortened regular season in which they won 100 games and won their division by a impressive 30 games. They swept the Boston Red Sox in the opening round, then held off the Kid, Ken Griffey, Jr. and the red hot Seattle Mariners in the ALCS. Their offense was and still is, considered one of the best if not best “on paper” lineups of all time. Led by Kenny Lofton and Omar Vizquel at the top of the lineup, the Indians offense was driven by the middle and their power hitting of Albert Bell, Manny Ramirez, Eddie Murray and Jim Thome. Coming off the bench was Dave Winfield in his last professional season. Cleveland’s pitching staff, which was made up of aging veterans such as Orel Hershiser and Dennis Martinez, was seen as their only weakness.
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