The Cleveland Indians announced Monday that they’ll be dropping the “Chief Wahoo” logo from the team’s uniforms starting with the 2019 season.

Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said the Indians ultimately agreed with him that “the logo is no longer appropriate for on-field use in Major League Baseball” and agreed to remove the logo from caps and jerseys, but perhaps not from other Indians merchandise.

While some are sad to lose the historic logo and are unifying behind the #KeepTheChief hashtag, others see it as a step in the right direction — but not the final step.

Can Cleveland fans at least expect a better replacement than the capital letter “C” that’s been standing in for Chief Wahoo in more PC environments, like corporate sponsorships?

We confess … there are a lot of variations on this next logo going around, and we laughed.


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