Nothing may compare to a ball park frank, but adding Cleveland’s own Bertman Ball Park Mustard gets as close as you can to the stadium favorites. Joseph Bertman formulated his secret recipe in a garage in the Sixth City almost a hundred years ago, and it hasn’t changed much since then.
Vinegar, brown mustard seed, spices, and a heavy dose of down-home Ohio know-how are packed into each container. Pay homage to the famous spicy goodness that makes you feel like you’re in the middle of the Indians action even if you’re not down at Progressive Field.
Those now-iconic black-rimmed glasses, that fresh cut with the jagged neckline, the strut to the mound, and, of course, that wicked fastball—it's never too early to introduce your young'un to the legend of Wild Thing.
One of Cleveland’s wiliest and rawest pitchers in history, the young Ricky “Wild Thing” Vaughn became a legend when, with the bases loaded and two outs in the top of 9th, he struck out sworn nemesis Clu Haywood. It was the strikeout that set up the end of the 34-season-division-title drought. “Wild thing, you make my heart sing. You make everything groovy.”
While the rest of the world may see the lower 48, you, of course, see only Cleveland. And why shouldn’t you? After all, it is the center of the universe. Show the world that all 10 billion light years of matter revolve around the place you call home in this super-soft tee.
Few dates stand out more in Cleveland history than that of Wednesday, October 14, 1970: the day the Cleveland Cavaliers debuted and the vast territory of the Northeast Ohio became consecrated the land of the Cavaliers.
After business whiz Nick Mileti led the charge to purchase and bring an NBA team to Cleveland, the beautiful hues of wine and gold swept the city. And while the early years proved a challenge, the first season set up one of the Cavs’ greatest gets. With the first pick in the 1971 NBA Draft, the Cavs scored a sharpshooter who would carried Cleveland to the playoffs for the first time in franchise history.
En garde! Since their first season in 1970, your swashbuckling swordsmen of Cleveland have carved up the court and seized a booty that includes two Eastern Conference championships and four division titles. Cloak yourself in the Wine and Gold and join your, “group of daring, fearless men whose life’s pact was never surrender, no matter what the odds." Come on Cavs!
From the original wine and gold to the years of burnt orange, Cavs colors may have changed but the tenacity and resilience Cleveland is known for sure hasn’t. Whether you’re at the game, around town or halfway across the globe, rep your Cleveland Cavaliers pride in a feminine favorite especially designed for diehards who always believed—and knew—hardware would come home to Northeast Ohio.