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  • Cleveland Indians retire Chief Wahoo for 2019

    Cleveland Indians retire Chief Wahoo for 20190

    CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Indians have become the first major league sports franchise to change its “Chief Wahoo” cartoon logo and mascot in light of modern sensibilities about racism in sports. It was announced Monday that starting in 2019, the team would be changing its 70-year-old brand. “Chief Wahoo” joined the team in 1948 and

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  • Ohsweken Sr. Braves take four in a row

    Ohsweken Sr. Braves take four in a row0

    At the All Ontario Native Fastball Championships in Delaware Nation (Moraviantown) the Six Nations Sr. Braves won the Masters Championship for 2017, for the fourth time in a row. The Sr. Braves wish to thank all players who made up the championship team with a strong team effort. “We got the pitching we needed and

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  • Carl “The Razor” Hess goes pro

    Carl “The Razor” Hess goes pro0

    BRANTFORD – The dream of a Six Nation boxer is about to come true. Carl “The Razor” Hess is turning pro. The announcement was made last Wednesday at his home gym, the Black Eye Boxing Club in Brantford. Surrounded by fellow club members, his trainers and family, Hess stood by his coach as Jackie Armor

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  • Minor league ball players leads the way

    Minor league ball players leads the way0

    ALVINSTON – It took a kids minor league baseball team to set the course in changing inappropriate team mascot names by ending the 60 year tradition of the Alvinston Indians. “If the pros don’t do it, we will,” said one young ball player on a Vimeo post which is quickly going viral. “We are a

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  • Ohsweken Sr. Braves three-peat Native Masters Champs

    Ohsweken Sr. Braves three-peat Native Masters Champs0

      RAMA – For the third season running, the Ohsweken Sr. Braves successfully defended their title at Rama First Nation, August 26 to 28. The powerful Braves went undefeated in all three starts behind the hitting of the entire lineup and the pitching of Darren “Big Z” Zack. The Braves are already looking forward to

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  • Blue Jays big hit with First Nations

    Blue Jays big hit with First Nations0

    WINNIPEG ‑ The Toronto Blue Jays organization is reaching out to First Nations communities in Canada with a program called Rookie League baseball. This week the Blue Jays Care program made its way to the Winnipeg area for a baseball tournament held in Headingley, Alberta, which has brought together 100 children from 15 First Nation

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