Texas Rangers Caps History

The Expansion Washington Senators moved to Dallas for the 1972 season.


The team uses Wilson, maker of Senators caps, for their first caps.


KM Pro caps were also used in the early years.

KM Pro


New Era used from 1974-on. The "T" is slightly thicker.

New Era


The "T" is thinned again.

New Era


The red billed cap is used only at home in 1983, as an all-blue cap is introduced for road games.

New Era


The red billed cap is worn home and road. It's retired late in 1985, as the team revealed its new 1986 jerseys which are worn with the all-blue cap.

New Era


The blue crown/red bill cap is retired late 1985, and the blue cap is worn home and road.

New Era

Sports Specialties

Sports Specialties caps are used mid-late 1980's.


New Era

Undervisors turn grey in 1991.

MLB Batterman logo is glued on in 1992, embroidered on thereafter.


New Era

All red cap is worn home and road.

Raised embroidery appears in 1996.


New Era

A blue road/alternate cap debuts.

The red cap is gone after 1999.


New Era

A new blue cap with a white T becomes the home/road cap. The blue cap/red T logo is used as an alternate, and a second alternate black billed cap is introduced.

During 2003 Texas becomes the second team to use black under the visor.


New Era

I believe only the blue cap with white T is used, although I'm pretty sure the other caps were still official alternates. Anyone with better info, let me know.


The blue cap with red T is revived as an alternate.

New Era


Polyester caps debut.

New Era


Blue cap/red T is dropped. Red cap returns as the alternate.

New Era


Cap button color is changed from contrasting to matching the cap color.

New Era


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