The Cleveland Indians are to survey their group name so as to “grasp their duty to propel social equity and equity”.
The Major League Baseball side’s declaration comes considering ongoing fights against racial shamefulness in the United States.
On Friday, NFL side the Washington Redskins said they would audit their name after requests from significant backers.
The Indians said they were “focused on having a beneficial outcome”.
“Our association completely perceives our group name is among the most obvious manners by which we interface with the network,” the group said in an announcement.
“We have had continuous conversations organisationally on these issues. The ongoing social agitation in our locale and our nation has just underscored the requirement for us to continue improving as an association on issues of social equity.
“In view of that, we are focused on connecting with our locale and fitting partners to decide the best way ahead as to our group name.”
The Indians dropped the Chief Wahoo logo from their outfits in 2019 after Major League Baseball said it was “not, at this point suitable”.
The logo – a smiling, humiliated animation man in a plume headband – had been utilized by the group since 1947 however had been singled out by Native American gatherings as a hostile racial personification, with the group condemned for propagating generalizations about indigenous individuals.