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A Yonkers woman is claiming that one of the most indelible logos in sports was stolen.
Tanit Buday is suing the New York Yankees in Manhattan Federal Court, claiming that the team never paid her uncle for creating their instantly recognizable logo—the baseball bat in the top hat.
Buday filed suit yesterday charging the franchise with trademark infringement.
Her uncle's story goes back more than 50 years when Jacob Ruppert and Del Webb owned the team in 1936.