Major US baseball leagues are cracking down on fan websites, demanding that they remove any traces of official logos.
Nineteen year-old baseball fan Bryan Hoch launched a website expressing his support for the New York Mets five years ago, but is now one of four fans who have received a court order telling him to shut down his site.
Baseball officials told news agency Reuters that the sites used team logos or trademarks to draw traffic or turn in a profit.
Ethan Orlinsky, senior vice president and general counsel for Major League Baseball Properties, said: "We encourage fans to speak about baseball, and to produce websites. We're simply asking that they do it within the confines of the law."
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