SAINT PAUL SAINTS 1915
Pinstripes were first worn on some baseball team’s uniforms around 1907, and they were widened in 1912, so that the crowd could see them more clearly. This cap is a Saint Paul Saints model from 1915. Previously called the Apostles, St. Paul was the long-time rival of the Minneapolis Millers and often played twin bills in the Twin Cities on holidays, the first game in one city in the morning, and the second in the other in the afternoon. While the Millers and Saints each won many Association titles, they battled for the league championship only once, in 1915 with Minneapolis finishing atop the Association with a 1 1/2 game lead over their down-river rival. All Heavy Pinstripe Soft CrownCap, Flexible 2” Visor, Navy Embroidered Logos, Leather Sweat Band.