Regarding the Indians' ongoing use of the "Chief Wahoo" logo -- a red, smiling caricature of a Native American that some regard as offensive -- it's already been reported that MLB commissioner Rob Manfred wants the team to phase out Wahoo. The team has already taken steps to limit its use, but the league is said to want to put an end to it altogether. 

Discussions on the future of Wahoo between club and league are ongoing, and, via the Akron Beacon Journal, team owner Paul Dolan suggests he and MLB aren't exactly in full agreement over the matter: 

Dolan, speaking to 1590 WAKR's Ray Horner as part of their speaker series at St. George Fellowship Centre in Fairlawn, indicated that the Indians and the commissioner's office continue to work down the path of finding a "middle ground" regarding the usage of Chief Wahoo.

According to Dolan, they have not yet found it, but it won't be long.

"We're not exactly aligned on its future," Dolan said. "But we will come to some understanding some time relatively soon, meaning before the start of the 2018 season and maybe sooner than that."

Dolan's comments suggest that a final resolution may be forthcoming, but this implied disagreement will of course need to be overcome first. By the sounds of things, it could be one of the subplots of the offseason.