Aug 18, 2015 7:17 PM
BOSTON, MA - The Red Sox team store has been around since 1947. It is owned by the D'Angelo family.
Arthur D'Angelo and his twin brother moved from Italy when they were just 12 years old- with only two cents to their name.
The brothers started working at Fenway Park.
Saved up their money and bought the building on Yawkey Way.
Ever since Arthur's sons have expanded the business.
Arthur, now 89-years-old, now sells memorabilia in every NFL and MLB stadium across the country.
The new brand is called '47 brand. You can usually find the logo on the side of the hat.
Side Note: Arthur's brother was best friends with Ted Williams.
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