Cleveland Indians logos


The Cleveland Indians have won 10 Central division titles since their establishment in 1894. Besides those titles, the baseball team has also won two World Series championships in 1920 and 1948. They currently hold a win percentage of 0.512 as of the end of the 2020 season. The Cleveland Indians logo has gone through more than 15 iterations since 1901, but even so the general themes of the logo have remained fairly consistent. They were either built around the “C” (for Cleveland) or around the Native American theme. Only exception to that rule was their first ever logo, which was a simple arched “Cleveland” in capital letters. The current Cleveland Indians logo is almost identical to the 1904 logo. It features a red bold “C” with a white outline. There is also an additional/alternative version of this logo, where the red “C” sits on a blue background.