“Growing up, you always dream of wearing a New Era cap on the field in the big leagues -- that’s what you wear,” says Bryce Harper, all-star right fielder for the Washington Nationals and New Era brand ambassador.

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The company got in the game -- literally -- in 1934, making caps for the Cleveland Indians.

By the mid-1970s, they were providing caps for 20 out of the 24 major league teams, and in 1993, was on the head of every baseball player in the MLB.

Here's what he had to say about the New Era's journey, and their heartbreaking lack of cap-based technology that could help out the Mets.

For the non-hat heads out there, can you explain how your caps have changed over the years?

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