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In 1860, the Brooklyn Excelsiors wore the ancestor of the modern rounded-top baseball cap, which featured a long peak and a button on top, and by 1900, the "Brooklyn style" cap became popular. During the 1940s, latex rubber became the stiffening material inside the baseball hat and the modern baseball cap was born. The hat has become more structured, versus the overall "floppy" cap of the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Today, the baseball hat is worn to show support for a team, as a fashion statement or a way to get a message across.