The unaffiliated Bears won the Class B WIL title behind the pitching of Dewey Soriano, who posted a 2.30 ERA for the 1949 season. Soriano went on to become president of both the Western International League and the Pacific Coast League, as well as the part-owner of the ill-fated Seattle Pilots.
•Made in the USA
•Authentic reproduction of 1949 ballcap
•Navy wool broadcloth crown
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