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The Boise Hawks are changing their logo and uniforms for the upcoming Northwest League season, the Chicago Cubs' minor league affiliate announced today.

The updated logo reflects the current brand and colors in a modern light, but more “contemporary and playful, yet aggressive, feel to the uniform without losing identity,” the Hawks stated in a press release.

“Going into this process we wanted to create a uniform that no other professional baseball team has ever worn,” Hawks president and general manager Todd Rahr said in the release. "I think we have accomplished this and provided something to the Treasure Valley that will be uniquely their own."

The Hawks have had green and orange as primary colors since 2007. This will be the sixth time the shortseason Class A team has changed its uniform style in 27 seasons.

The Hawks will unveil their new logo and uniforms on April 1.

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