Cleveland Indians Changing their Controversial Team Name

Cleveland Indians, will change its name following a national movement to remove mascots and monikers from sports teams that use
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One of Ohio’s MLB teams, the Cleveland Indians, will change its name following a national movement to remove mascots and monikers from sports teams that use Native American names and imagery.

The New York Times broke the story Sunday, reporting that the Cleveland professional baseball team will drop the “Indian” mascot from their official team name and logo.

While Cleveland has not formally made the announcement, the Times estimates that it could revoke the name this week. The team’s new name has yet to be revealed...

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