PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — The Pawtucket Red Sox are unveiling special uniforms with “PawSox” spelled out in sign language that they will wear at Deaf Awareness Night at McCoy Stadium next month.

The Triple-A team’s uniforms will be revealed Tuesday during a news conference at the Rhode Island School for the Deaf in Providence and in conjunction with the Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf.

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The jerseys will be worn June 7 during a doubleheader against the Rochester Red Wings.

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Curtis Pride, a former major league outfielder who is deaf, is scheduled to attend the announcement. Pride played 11 seasons in the big leagues including two with the Boston Red Sox.

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