Pay homage to the Kansas City Monarchs in one of these 59FIFTY caps. The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum partnered with New Era to make these exclusive caps available. The Monarchs played in the Negro National League from 1920 – 1930, and had the longest run of all teams in baseball’s Negro Leagues. The “1924” cap pays tribute to the Monarchs 1924 Negro Leagues World Series Champions team. It comes in a white crown, with a navy blue contrast visor and navy embroidery. The front displays the team’s “M” logo. The second cap is inspired by the 1953 Monarchs team. It comes in navy blue with white embroidery. The front features the “KC” interlocking logo and the New Era flag is on the side. The Kansas City Royals wore these caps on-field for the annual Salute to the Negro Leagues in 2014 and 2015. Don’s miss out on this release. Connect with the Negro League Baseball Museum to add these historic caps to your collection today.