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Ozzie Albies Trademarks

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April 4, 2024

Ozzie Albies, a professional baseball player for the Atlanta Braves, is an award-winning second baseman.

Ozhaino Jurdy Jiandro Albies was born and raised in Willemstad, Curaçao. His parents are Osgarry and Judari Albies and he has two younger siblings, Zhhihir and Jeanalyn. He started playing baseball when he was six years old after a friend invited him to play. At age 13, he learned how to hit from both sides of the plate. By age 16, he was signed by the Atlanta Braves as an international free agent.

Albies played his first professional game for the Gulf Coast Braves in 2014. Later that season, he was signed by the more advanced, Danville Braves, from the rookie-level affiliate. He played in 57 games and had an impressive showing. He received praise from sports commentators, was ranked as one of the top 100 prospects in baseball, and was considered the fifth-best player available to the Braves through their farm system.

During the 2015 season, Albies played for the Rome Braves. He played well and was selected for the All-Star Futures Game. He was the only one from his team selected. Halfway through the season, he injured his thumb and was forced to miss the remainder of the year. He played in 98 games that season had a very good showing and was considered the third-best available player for the Braves and 30th overall in the minors.

The Mississippi Braves, an AA team, invited him to spring practice in 2016 and he started the season with them. He again exhibited outstanding play and was called to play for the AAA team, the Gwinnett Braves. In June, he returned to Mississippi and helped to lead the Braves to the Southern League playoffs. He injured his elbow in the first playoff game and his season ended.

Albies attended spring training with the Mississippi Braves the following season. Midway through the season, he was finally called up to play for the Atlanta Braves. His first professional hit was a home run.

His first full professional season would occur in 2018, and he was part of the starting lineup on Opening Day. That year, he would become the youngest player in the history of baseball to have two grand slams, hit his first career walk-off home run, and have his first career multi-home run game. That season, he was named as an All-Star and he recorded 24 home runs with 72 RBIs.

Before the 2019 season, he signed a lucrative contract extension with the Braves, that would keep him with the team through at least 2026. The contract is believed to be worth more than $35 million. He went on to have a very successful 2019 season and was one of three Braves players to win a 2019 National League Silver Slugger Award for his position. That season he recorded 24 home runs with 86 RBIs.

During the shortened 2020 season, Albies recorded six home runs and 19 RBIs.

Albies recorded his 500th hit during his 2021 season. He would have an outstanding season, setting several personal bests and franchise records. He helped his team win the 2021 World Series. That year, Albies would record 30 home runs with 106 RBIs, and he won his second Silver Slugger Award. He was also awarded the Heart and Hustle Award by the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association.

In 2021, Ozhaino Albies filed a federal trademark application for a logo with the stylized letters “A” and “O” for various types of shirt fronts and shirt styles.

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IC 025. US 022 039. G & S Shirts; Shirt fronts; Shirts and short-sleeved shirts; Shirts for wearing; A-shirts; Athletic shirts; Athletic apparel, namely, shirts, pants, jackets, footwear, hats and caps, athletic uniforms; Body shirts; Clothing shields, namely, pads applied to the underarms of shirts, blouses and sweaters; Dress shirts; Embroidered clothing, namely, shirts, jackets, pants, sweatshirts; Golf shirts; Graphic T-shirts; Hooded sweat shirts; Knit shirts; Knitwear, namely, shirts, dresses, sweaters; Long-sleeved shirts; Moisture-wicking sports shirts; Open-necked shirts; Polo shirts; Short-sleeve shirts; Short-sleeved shirts; Short-sleeved or long-sleeved t-shirts; Sleeves worn separate and apart from blouses, shirts and other tops; Snap crotch shirts for infants and toddlers; Sport shirts; Sports shirts; Sports shirts with short sleeves; Sun protective clothing, namely, shirts, jackets, hoodies; Sweat shirts; T-shirts; T-shirts for wearing; Tee shirts; Tee-shirts; Wearable garments and clothing, namely, shirts; Wind shirts; Women's clothing, namely, shirts, dresses, skirts, blouses; Woven shirts; Woven shirts for wearing; Yoga shirts. FIRST USE: 20201102. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20210105.

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Ozhaino Albies
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David A. Meter
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(3) Illustration: Drawing or design which also includes word(s)/ letter(s)/number(s). The mark consists of the stylized letters "O" and "A" where the letter "O" is positioned to the upper left of the letter "A". The letter "O" has a small palm tree positioned inside the letter. The letter "O" also has a diagonal tapered line emanating out of the letter from its bottom right and pointing to the upper right. The letter "A" has a diagonal tapered line emanating from the top left of the letter pointing down to the left. The background is for shading purposes only and is not claimed as a feature of the mark.
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