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Cleveland’s Chief Wahoo Controversy: Time for Tribe To Move On?

Published by on May 21, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

Where do we draw the line?

How do we decide when people are being too easily offended or when someone is being too offensive?

With Major League Baseball's decision to replace Cleveland's July 4th hats last year (pictured above) with a star-spangled "C," it brings to light once more the whole issue with the Indians and their mascot.

The Indians have been around since 1901, and if you think their mascot is offensive now, imagine if they still had the one from the late 1940s.

For the most part, Cleveland fans love their mascot.  They don't see an Indian, they see a logo that maybe reminds them of their childhood.  It's nostalgic more than anything.

But does that excuse the f...

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