Not a replica of 1915 cap but rather a cap of the team's logo. Ebbets Field Flannels does a great job with all their Federal League items. The Federal League was the last legitimate attempt to establish a third major league.
The Whales played in Weegham Park in 1914 and 1915, the 2 years the Federal League existed. Weegham Park was renamed Wrigley Field when the Chicago Cubs moved in for the 1916 season.
The 1915 Whales won the league championship by percentage points over the St. Louis Terriers.
Sieben's Brewery was established in 1865. During prohibition rival Chicago gangs battled over control of Seiben's. Eventually Sieben's was controlled by the Johnny Torrio/Al Capone south side gang and was one of the locations where they secretly brewed their bootleg lager.
Based in Fairbanks, Alaska, this amateur team is in the Alaska Baseball League, a collegiate summer baseball league. The Goldpanners are famous for their Midnight Sun Game which has been played in Fairbanks since 1906 on the summer solstice.
The Twins joined the Piedmont League in 1920 and remained until 1942. The Twins name referenced the merged cities of Winston and Salem in North Carolina. Winston-Salem has had a team in the Carolina League since 1945.
The Giants and Dodgers brought their rivalry to California from New York in 1958. The Giants replaced the Pacific Coast League team the San Francisco Seals and the Dodgers replaced another PCL team the Los Angeles Angels.
The Seals were charter member of the famed Pacific Coast League in 1903. The Seals played in Seals Stadium from 1931 until 1957 when they moved to Phoenix to make room for the Giants. The Giants used Seals Stadium in 1958 and 1959 and then moved into the new Candlestick Park in 1960.
The most famous Seal was Joe DiMaggio who once had a 61 game hitting streak while playing for the Seals.