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Star Burst: New Astros Logo Leaked After Sporting Goods Shop Releases Shirts
Published October 29, 2012
SO SORRY: Academy Sports & Outdoors CEO & President Rodney Faldyn in a statement said, “We express our apologies to Houston Astros fans, our partners at the Houston Astros ball club, along with major League Baseball for inadvertently releasing the new Astros t-shirts in limited quantity” (Academy). MLB Properties and MLBAM also apologized for the mistake, saying, "It is an error that should have been caught and an error we regret" (AP, 10/27).