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Astros unveil new 'Strong' logo in wake of Hurricane Harvey aftermath

Astros unveil new 'Strong' logo in wake of Hurricane Harvey aftermath

Carlos Correa points out Houston Astros Strong logo
Carlos Correa points out the new 'Strong' logo. Instagram/@astrosbaseball
Houston, Carlos Correa and Houston Childrens Charity, August 2017
Carlos Correa is teaming with Houston Children's Charity to provide mattresses for kids who lost their bedding during the flooding of Hurricane Harvey. Photo by Michelle Watson/Catchlight Group
Houston, Carlos Correa, Mattress Firm, Houston Children’s Charity mattress giveaway, August 2017, kid gives thumbs up
A kid gives a thumbs up during a mattress giveaway sponsored by Carlos Correa and Mattress Firm. Photo by Michelle Watson/Catchlight Group
Carlos Correa points out Houston Astros Strong logo
Houston, Carlos Correa and Houston Childrens Charity, August 2017
Houston, Carlos Correa, Mattress Firm, Houston Children’s Charity mattress giveaway, August 2017, kid gives thumbs up

In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the Astros are showing hometown pride with a new logo. It has the team's usual 'H' on the orange star above the word 'STRONG.' A small outline of Texas is underneath the word 'STRONG.'

The new logo was unveiled this weekend as the Astros returned home for a three-game series against the New York Mets. The team plans to wear it throughout the rest of the season and hopefully in the World Series.

Astros shortstop Carlos Correa, who returned to the lineup Sunday after suffering a torn thumb ligament, is stepping up to the plate to make sure children across Houston will be able to get a good night’s sleep after the storm has passed. Correa has teamed up with Houston Children's Charity to ask for donations to go towards the purchase of beds, including a mattress, frame, and new linens, with a fundraising goal of $500,000 to put 5,000 children back in a bed. 

To donate, click here.

Read the full story from our news partners at ABC13 about the new logo and watch the video below:

CultureMap associate editor Marcy de Luna contributed to this report.