Sunday, October 31, 2010

Toledo Buckeyes Custom Fitted Cap

The following year for 1949–50 season, the Toledo Mercurys was known as the Toledo Buckeyes while playing in the Eastern Amateur Hockey League. The team returned to the IHL in 1950 known again as the Mercurys. Toledo won consecutive Turner Cups in 1950–51 and 1951–52 defeating the Grand Rapids Rockets in the finals both seasons.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Spokane Jets Custom Fitted Cap

The Spokane Jets were a senior men's ice hockey team that played out of Spokane, Washington. They played in the Western International Hockey League (WIHL) from 1963-64 through 1973-74.

Prior to 1963 the Spokane Flyers were the city's entry in the WIHL. The Spokane Jets were renamed the Flyers in 1974.

In 1969-70 the Spokane Jets became the first United States based team to win the Allan Cup.

Baltimore Blast Custom Fitted

Baltimore Blast were a longtime member of the Major Indoor Soccer League. From 1978 to 1980, the team was played as Houston Summit but moved prior to the 1980-81 season. The team won the league's championship in 1984. The team folded when the MISL ceased operation in the summer of 1992. The team used Kool & The Gang's "Celebration" to celebrate scoring goals. The aggressive promotion of the team by radio partner WFBR, then 1300 AM was instrumental in its popularity, as well. Art Sinclair and Charley Eckman handled the play-by-play. They were owned by Bernie Rodin, who also owned the Rochester Lancers and the New York Arrows.

Baltimore Clippers Custom Fitted Cap

The Baltimore Clippers were an American ice hockey team. They were the first of three Charm City entries into the American Hockey League, who played from 1962–76. The Clippers won their division three times: 1970–71, 1971–72, and 1973–74.

The Clippers withdrew from the AHL mid-season during 1974–75 when the World Hockey Association's Michigan Stags relocated to Baltimore as the "Baltimore Blades." The team regrouped for one more season, then transferred to the Southern Hockey League, playing one more season. The team was revived in 1979, playing two seasons in the Eastern Hockey League before that league disbanded.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

The Hogs Custom Fitted Cap

The Hogs was the nickname for the offensive line of the Washington Redskins of the National Football League during the 1980s and early 1990s. Renowned for their ability to control the line of scrimmage, the Hogs helped the Redskins win three Super Bowl championships (XVII, XXII and XXVI) under head coach Joe Gibbs.

"The Hogs" was a term coined by offensive line coach Joe Bugel during training camp in 1982, when he told his linemen, "Okay, you hogs, let's get running down there."

Center Jeff Bostic, left guard Russ Grimm, right guard Mark May, right tackle Joe Jacoby, left tackle George Starke, along with tight ends Don Warren and Rick Walker comprised the original Hogs. While Starke retired in 1984 shortly after the team won their third NFL Championship in Super Bowl XVII, Bostic, Grimm, Jacoby, and Warren stayed together until the early 1990s.

The line averaged 273 pounds in 1982 not including Jacoby, who joined the team later weighing in at around 300 pounds.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Natty Boh Brewers Custom Fitted Cap ( White )

The 1968-69 Chesapeake Hockey League season began with the National Brewers opening against Sholl’s Cafeteria on November 9, 1968 in the Washington Coliseum. The Brewers won 6-2.

Baltimore Bandits Custom Fitted Cap ( Dark)

The Baltimore Bandits were an ice hockey team in the American Hockey League in the 1995–96 and 1996–97 seasons. They played in Baltimore, Maryland, at the Baltimore Arena. After two years of minimal fiscal success, the franchise was moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, as the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks.

Vintage "96" Timberwolves Patch Custom Fitted Cap

In 1996, the Wolves added another star player in the draft, swapping Ray Allen to the Milwaukee Bucks for the rights to Stephon Marbury, the 4th overall pick. The addition of Marbury had a positive effect on the entire team, as Kevin Garnett and Tom Gugliotta became the first Wolves to be selected to the All-Star team. Gugliotta and Garnett led the Timberwolves in scoring as the team made the playoffs for the first time in franchise history with a record of 40–42. However, in the playoffs the Timberwolves made a quick exit as they were swept by the Houston Rockets in 3 straight games. The T-Wolves also decided to change their image by changing their team logo and colors, adding black to the team colors and replacing the original logo with a logo featuring a snarling wolf looming over a field of trees. It was also during the season that Minnesota began to play on a parquet floor.

Monday, October 04, 2010

Natty Boh Hockey Team Custom Fitted Cap

First brewed in 1885 by the National Brewing Company. For a time, National's president Jerold Hoffberger also owned the Baltimore Orioles; Natty Boh was served at Memorial Stadium and became the "official" beer of Baltimore in the late 1960s.

From the 1950s through the demise of the National Brewing Company in 1978, the brewery was involved in many athletic sponsorships with included "The National Brewers" hockey team.

The club reached the pinnacle in 1974-75, the second of 5 consecutive Chesapeake Hockey League playoff championships. During this season, the National Brewers finished with a perfect regular season record of 20 wins, 0 losses and 0 ties. Two more regular season and three more playoff championships followed. During a three year period, from 1974-75 thru 1976-77, the team had a league record of 55-4-1 and achieved an overall record, including non league and playoff games, of 75-9-2.

Versus Teeshirts Dunbar Poets Tee

The 1981–82 Dunbar Poets finished the season at 29–0 and finished 1982-83 31–0 and were ranked first in the nation by USA Today.

The team featured other NBA players Muggsy Bogues, Reggie Lewis, and David Wingate.

Team is said to be the greatest High School Basketball team ever!

Saturday, October 02, 2010

The Juice Custom Fitted Cap

Originally attaining a public profile in sports as a running back at the collegiate and professional levels, O.J Simpson was the first NFL player to rush for more than 2,000 yards in a season, a mark he set during the 1973 season. While five other players have passed the 2,000 rush yard mark he stands alone as the only player to ever rush for more than 2,000 yards in a 14-game season (the NFL changed to a 16-game season in 1978). He also holds the record for the single season yards-per-game average which stands at 143.1 ypg. Simpson was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1985.

Vintage Redskins Patch Custom Cap

The Baltimore Stallions Custom Fitted Cap

The Baltimore Stallions were a Canadian football team based in Baltimore, Maryland, which played the 1994 and 1995 seasons. They were the most successful American team in the Canadian Football League having two winning seasons, a division title and, in 1995, became the only American team to win the Grey Cup.

Friday, October 01, 2010

This Sporting Life

If you are ever in Baltimore you can pick up Aj Ball Caps at

This Sporting Life
1801 Falls Rd #2c
Baltimore Md. 21201