World Series Run Brings Heat To Indians' Name, Logo

By Andrew Westney (October 24, 2016, 5:55 PM EDT) -- The Cleveland Indians' return to the World Series on Tuesday night may make the team squirm by ratcheting up pressure to replace its name and cartoon "Chief Wahoo" logo, but the organization won't likely do away with either unless fans vote for change with their wallets, experts say.

Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona, wearing his Chief Wahoo hat, speaks to the media at a team practice for the upcoming World Series on Sunday. (AP) Cleveland defeated the Toronto Blue Jays — and a bid in Ontario court to stop the Indians and Major League Baseball from being able to use the...

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