Found October 30, 2012 on NESN.com:
Major League Baseball apologized to the Houston Astros on Tuesday, but their apology and explanation was a little bit puzzling. The Astros' new look was leaked in a couple of different places over the weekend, including a sporting goods store and the league's website. In fact, the new logo was on the Astros' team website as late as Tuesday morning. Yahoo! Sports' baseball blog, Big League Stew, was able to get a screen grab of a player page. As you can see in the photo below, the new look features the new logo, as well as the new cap Photoshopped...
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