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The Indians should change their name, but to what?

The Indians are (mostly) getting rid of Chief Wahoo. Now about that name... On Monday, the Indians and MLB announced that they would be phasing out all on-field and in-game usage of the racist Chief Wahoo logo that has come under fire for years now. That’s a great and long overdue step forward for the team, even if fans will still be able to buy Chief Wahoo merchandise and wear it at games and generally act as if it’s still a major part of the team’s branding.
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