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Dodgers use cease-and-desist on Los Doyers

los-doyers.jpgOne of the websites that was selling Los Doyers t-shirts before the Dodgers trademarked the phrase has taken its merchandise off the market. Latin Lingo Clothing got a cease-and-desist letter a few weeks ago from Major League Baseball. "We have since removed it from our website but it is still readily available all over downtown L.A.," owner Manny Morales emails.


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