A Native American group is planning to file a federal lawsuit against the “offensive” Cleveland Indians logo, Chief Wahoo.
Jensen Lewis talks about the Indians’ struggles over the weekend being swept by the Tigers, his opinion that Omar Vizquel was a better defensive shortstop than Ozzie Smith, Nick Swisher’s continued struggles and if Terry Francona will sit him down…
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office delivered a landmark ruling Wednesday morning that could eventually impact the Cleveland Indians and the team’s use of Chief Wahoo.
Ohio senator Sherrod Brown wants the Chief to go.
A Native American group is asking Nike Inc. to stop producing and selling products that feature the Cleveland Indians’ mascot Chief Wahoo, which it calls a “grotesque caricature” of modern Indians.
Gabe Spiegel filled in for John Telich this Wednesday, who is on vacation
There are 2 things you can count on when it comes to the Indians home opener – large crowds and people protesting about the Indians name and logo.
The protesters, who have been gathering outside the ballpark’s entrances on opening day for years to voice their displeasure about the team’s use of the long-standing logo, stayed behind barricades as Indians fans walked by for the game against the Minnesota Twins.
Peter Pattakos of Clevelandfrowns.com and Scene Magazine joined Joe Lull on Saturday to further the discussion about the Chief Wahoo logo.
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