The end of an era is finally upon us.
The Cleveland Indians have been in hot water the past few seasons over the continued use of their infamous "Chief Wahoo" logo, which many deemed as insensitive to the Native American people it was modeled after.
The team took it off their primary hats in 2013; and now, five years later, MLB claims the team will phase it out entirely by 2019.
According to reports, the Indians will fully abandon the Chief Wahoo logo after this season, with push from the MLB cited as their main reason for putting the logo to rest.
Chief Wahoo has been in use for over 65 years now, and will officially end his run on the Indians uniforms at 68 years old.
Love it or hate it, the league believes it's time for the Indians to retire their controversial mascot and move on to bigger and better things.
I wonder what will be next.