Cleveland Indians Chief Wahoos Logos

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In 1947 the Cleveland Indians introduced the Chief Wahoo logo for their uniforms. In the beginning of the logos days, it was seen as very offensive due to its yellow face and large nose. Many Native Americans were upset with the baseball teams decision to create such a disrespectful logo to represent the Cleveland Indians. Eventually the organization realized its fault and recreated the Chief Wahoo logo. They made the nose smaller and revealed the red faced caricature we have today. Almost everyone loved the logo and still continues to love the logo today. Everybody all over the country was buying items of clothing with the Chief on them. At multiple points in time it was the best selling logo in all of Major League Baseball behind the New York Yankees. But through out …show more content…

Even thought the Cleveland Indians logo has zero legitimate effect on the game, you shouldn’t go. The best to way to show the Cleveland Indians that there actions upset us, is to never give them a cent of money we make. By not attending the game, we will in no time clear out the ballpark of 30,000 people. Once all of the Cleveland Indians fans see us nit enter the pall park they will follow our lead. Even though it hasn’t worked for the last few decades, it will work soon. Not supporting a disrespectful team, is what the Cleveland Indians organization needs to see from people from all over. Maybe if people inside of the management of the team would just remove this offensive logo, no problems would be seen. We could all enter back into the stadiums, and finally continue to support the Cleveland Indians. With a small group of people who protest against the Chief Wahoo logo, it is crazy that the Indians haven’t removed the logo from the uniforms. Although a large majority of people sees no problem with the logo, it truly makes no sense why the logo is still present on the uniforms of the Cleveland

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