Rob Manfred is putting some pressure on the Cleveland Indians to get rid of their Chief Wahoo logo.

The logo has sparked debate for years and Manfred has been in talks with owner Paul Dolan about abolishing it.

Major League Baseball spokesman Pat Courtney said in a statement that league officials are confident about reaching a positive resolution.

"Thus far, there have been productive discussions with the Cleveland Indians regarding the Commissioner's desire to transition away from the Chief Wahoo logo," Courtney said. "We have specific steps in an identified process and are making progress."

Bob DiBiasio, Cleveland's senior vice president for public affairs, said Dolan and Manfred have had ongoing dialogue since the World Series last year.