The Cleveland Indians removed the Chief Wahoo logo from the left sleeve of their jerseys for a four-game series against the Toronto Blue Jays that started on Thursday night.

The logo has been the subject of protests and pushback for years.

The decision to remove the logo for the series was partially driven by a failed legal challenge against the Indians when they played in Toronto during the 2016 American League Championship Series. A lawsuit was filed to have the logo and team name banned from Canadian TV. A judge dismissed the case.

The logo is permanently going away before the 2019 season.