The Cleveland Indians will be removing "Chief Wahoo," the bright red caricature of a Native American the team uses as a logo, from players' caps and uniforms starting in 2019.
The divisive logo, which has been publicly protested as a racist and offensive image for decades, will remain on official merchandise available for purchase by fans.
"The team must maintain a retail presence so that MLB and the Indians can keep ownership of the trademark," The Associated Press reports.
The Indians announced the change on Monday. The team name — which has also been criticized as offensive — will not be changing.
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