Creighton University's baseball team is pretty good -- a 32-17 record last year -- but it is unlikely to be confused with a major league team. That isn't stopping the Toronto Blue Jays from challenging the university's attempt to trademark its year-old sports logo, The Star of Toronto reported. The major league team has disputed Creighton's application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for its new logo (left), which the Toronto franchise believes is too close to its own.
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