In celebration of National Hat Day, MiLB.com once again surveys the top-selling caps on its online store from the past year. Not surprisingly, a wide variety of looks, colors and team identities -- along with some new logos -- took top billing.
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"I've had messages from girls ... telling me how much of an inspiration I am."— MLB Pipeline (@MLBPipeline) January 13, 2022
Here's the story of Genevieve Beacom, the 17-year-old left-hander who became the first woman to pitch professionally in Australia: https://t.co/9D2sEhsxdR pic.twitter.com/MqVAT9DGzy
We know #NationalBobbleheadDay was Friday but we're excited to unveil the Legend of "Big Joe" Davis bobblehead! This will be given away during a 2022 game. Joe was a fan favorite last year, lived in a camper & makes his own homemade sausage! @joedvs pic.twitter.com/L1EHeuO909— Greenville Drive (@GreenvilleDrive) January 10, 2022
The Senators' FNB Field -- home of the Nationals' Double-A affiliate -- is a rejuvenated baseball stalwart situated on a literal island in Pennsylvania's capital city where fans can enjoy river views and pose with life-size bobbleheads.
The four affiliates will be managed by Matt Hagen (Triple-A Round Rock), Jared Goedert (Double-A Frisco), Carlos Cardoza (High-A Hickory) and Steve Mintz (Low-A Down East).
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Welcome to Classic Park, a harbor for Cleveland prospects located just 18 miles from the Guardians' Progressive Field. Nautical themes prevail throughout this suburban facility, the home of the Captains. Fans can grab a drink at Castaways Bar and shop for team gear in the Cargo Hold, all within view of an outfield lighthouse.
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