CLEVELAND GUARDIANSWILL CONTINUE TO SELL INDIANS MERCHDonate Proceeds To Charity

Cleveland fans looking to honor the team’s history will be able to get their hands on old merchandise AND help out a good cause at the same time — ’cause TMZ Sports has learned the Guardians will continue to roll out Indians merch … with proceeds going to charity.

Cleveland played its last game as the Indians on Sunday … with the organization officially rolling out its new branding as the “Guardians” at the conclusion of the 2021 season.

We’re told the Indians brand will not vanish forever, however — fans will be able to get as many t-shirts, jerseys and other memorabilia sporting the old nickname as they please … and our sources tell us the team plans to donate those items’ proceeds to charity.

FYI — Cleveland elected to do this in the past after retiring “Chief Wahoo” in 2018 … by keeping items with the mascot on shelves and writing a check to Native American organizations.


Our sources say the team is hoping to help a similar cause this time around with Indians gear … but nothing is set in stone just yet.

As for the Guardians, the team introduced the new look with a video narrated by Tom Hanks back in July … showing off new jerseys, logos and font stylization.

The merch news is great for Tribe fans holding on so dearly to the old name … but also, maybe give the Guardians a try

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