The company says new shirts with the new Astros logo were accidentally put up for sale too soon. They've since been taken off the sales floor.
"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," Rodney Faldyn, Academy Sports + Outdoors CEO & President said in a prepared statement. "We take pride in our ongoing partnership with the Astros, and this oversight is not our standard business practice. We are looking forward to celebrating the official jersey launch with the Houston Astros on November 2, 2012."
Next Friday, the Astros will officially unveil the team's new uniforms, logo and mascot during a sold-out launch party at Minute Maid Park.