After last spring's horrific Boston Marathon bombing, the Boston Red Sox did their best to pick up the city. One of the ways that the team (and its fans) showed its support for the community was by adopting the 'B Strong' logo, which was featured throughout the park, on the player uniforms and on items sold to the public (with the money going to charity).
But now, the team could be facing a lawsuit over the 'B Strong' logo from a El Paso-based charity that says it has used 'B Strong' for the past several years.
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