Variations of Chief Wahoo, the smiling symbol of the Cleveland Indians has been the main alternate logo for over 50 years.
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2014 - 2018
Chief Wahoo, a red native American caricature wearing a single-feathered headband. Used as the Indians primary logo for decades before being relegated as an alternate logo prior to 2014 season.
2002 - 2007
Chief Wahoo outlined in silver and blue.
1979 - 1985
Chief Wahoo facing the left in red and black. Worn on Indians jersey sleeve from 1979 – 1985. Indians switched to a red and blue Wahoo logo on the sleeves in 1986.
1973 - 1978
Chief Wahoo swinging a baseball bat with a leg up on top of a white baseball with red stitches, worn on Indians jersey sleeve from 1973 – 1978. Note, that this version features a darker shade of blue than the primary logo of the time.
1951 - 1962
Chief Wahoo facing the left in red and black. Worn on Indians jersey sleeve from 1951 – 1962.
1949 - 1955
Chief Wahoo wearing a white crown, created to celebrate Indians World Series Championship in 1948.
1947 - 1950
Chief Wahoo with tan skin, red headband and feather. Worn on sleeve of Indians jerseys during this period.