Texas Rangers’ Hats And Baseball Caps
On April 24, 1849, the New York Knickerbockers wore them for the first time. It wasn’t until a few years later that the squad started to wear beautiful merino wool caps. This quickly became a prototype for a design that has been popular ever since.
Rangers are symbolized by “T,” which stands for Texas. Their fortunate “T” was embroidered onto their hats for the first time in the American League’s first season in 1972 Having made two World Series trips in 2010 and 2011, the Rangers are just a few steps away from big-league greatness.
Texas is poised to put their signature “T” into the rafters and onto a championship banner after 45 years of staking their claim to the national championship.
When Texas attached an extension to the “T” stem in 1994, everything changed. Once the new logo was unveiled, it took on a more polished appearance. There are also blue and red shadows on the new hat logo. Since 2000, the Rangers have worn a white “T” with a crimson shadow on a blue background as they tip their hats.
Due to the fact that the Texas Rangers have historically adhered to the “if it ain’t broke” concept of hat logos, baseball fans should take solace in the fact that their insignia will not be changed.
Here are a few Texas Rangers Baseball Caps and Hats.
On-Field 59FIFTY Fitted Hat
On-Field Low Profile 59FIFTY