Pawtucket Red Sox Logos, Uniforms Get New Look For 2015 Season (Photos)

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The Pawtucket Red Sox will have a sharp look next season.

The Boston Red Sox’s Triple-A affiliate rolled out all new logos and uniforms Friday, and they’re quite different from the ones they used to sport, which essentially mirrored their parent club. The PawSox added some powder blue to the mix of the usual red, navy and white and put an emphasis on the “paw” part of their name.

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The biggest change probably was to mascot Paws, who got a more realistic — and ferocious — look.

Photo of the Night

In Greece, a goat invaded a soccer match and tried to play goalkeeper.

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Tweet of the Night

News on Twitter apparently moves so quickly that Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt found out he was fined before being told by the NFL.

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Video of the Night

Washington Wizards point guard John Wall gave the word “deny” a new definition when he blocked Denver Nuggets foward Wilson Chandler’s shot Friday.

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