Vintage Cleveland Indians "Sports Specialties" Wool Fitted Hat
The Cleveland Indians trace their origins back to 1894 when the Grand Rapid Rippers began playing in Michigan. By 1900, the team moved to Cleveland, OH, and by 1915 they were renamed the Indians. The team went on to play at Cleveland Stadium for nearly six decades, winning six pennants and two World Series titles. They were also home to Hall Of Famers from every era, from Bob Feller to Jim Thome. In 2020, the team announced they would change their name and officially adopted their name name, Guardians, in 2022. This vintage Cleveland Indians hat from the 90s, deadstock with original tags attached and minor marks and light discoloration on the band from prolonged storage, is perfect for any fan.