Which MLB teams are likely to have MLB trademarks in 2020?

The National Baseball Hall of Fame has revealed that a number of major MLB franchises will soon have MLB marks.

The list includes the Atlanta Braves, New York Yankees, Chicago Cubs, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, Cincinnati Reds, Kansas City Royals, Los Angeles Dodgers, Milwaukee Brewers, Texas Rangers, Texas Angels and Toronto Blue Jays.

The list is dominated by the Toronto Blue Jay, who will have its own MLB mark by the end of the 2020 season.

The Hall of Famer’s office says that the Blue Jays are in the process of securing a license to use their logo, which has the word ‘BAL’ in the centre.

The Blue Jays will be the first MLB team to have a mark with the word BANGLES in the middle, but there are several other teams that could have trademarked the logo by then.

The Houston Astros will have a trademark on their logo by the middle of 2020, which will be used by the team for merchandise and branding.

The Blue Jays have been using the Blue Jay logo since 1998, when it was first used in the logo used for their logo in the MLBPA.

A number of teams are also expected to use MLB trademarks for their brand names in 2020.

In 2018, the New York Mets used their own logo on the back of their uniforms.

In 2020, the Minnesota Twins have their own brand name, and the Washington Nationals have their logo for the first time on their jersey.

The Seattle Mariners will have their name on their jerseys for the 2020 seasons, while the Arizona Diamondbacks and New York Giants have their brand name on the backs of their jerseys.