Augusta GreenJackets unveil new uniforms and mascot

Written By:  •  Thursday, March 1, 2018

The Augusta GreenJackets, fresh off a plaid-splashed rebrand during the offseason, have unveiled a new mascot and suite of understated new uniforms for the 2018 season.

The new look, which comes from Brandiose, features classic home whites, road grays, and a cream-colored alternate, which includes a new orange cap logo to be worn on Sundays (appropriate because the team is a Giants affiliate). The home uniforms feature the shortened name “Jackets,” while the road grays highlight the team’s hometown Augusta.

Consistent with the team’s rebrand, the uniforms feature plaid socks (because golf—Augusta is where The Masters is played), which are unquestionably awesome.

The new Auggie doubles down on the golf plaid theme, featuring the distinctive pattern on his pants and cap.

The GreenJackets will open the season April 5 in their new road grays, on the road against the Columbia Fireflies.



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