Chief Wahoo's final appearance on a Major League Baseball field came on Monday, Indigenous Peoples Day, as the Cleveland Indians were swept from the playoffs by the Houston Astros, 11-3.
The logo depicting a Native American has been reluctantly phased out by the Indians organization since criticisms that it was racist began gaining steam over recent years.
In 2014, the Indians' main logo became a block "C" that had been an alternate logo, replacing Chief Wahoo, as MLB pushed the club to phase out the logo.
But the Native American logo was still a fixture on the field, even as an alternate -- throughout the team's 2016 run to a World Series appearance, players wore Chief Wahoo hats in each playoff game.
Chief Wahoo has been a figure on Cleveland's uniforms for decades, dating back to the first half of the 20th century.
It's not clear who chose to wear the Chief Wahoo alternate uniforms Monday -- some teams allow the starting pitchers to pick the day's uniform, but other teams have different methods for uniform selection.