1. The Cleveland Indians actually changed their primary logo in 2014 to the block-C, but the Chief Wahoo logo remains ubiquitous with the team and its gear.
The block-C was made the team’s primary logo in an attempt to place less significance on the controversial mascot.
2. The phenomenon of de-chiefing is not new, but it started gaining momentum in March when fan Dennis Brown posted a jersey with only the outline of the logo remaining.
4. And more people started sharing their photos of de-chiefed fan gear:
7. The @DeChiefWahoo account gave advice on how to remove the logo:
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