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Baseball: Cleveland Indians ban fans from wearing headdresses and face paint

“Inappropriate or offensive images, words, dress or face paint must be covered or removed, and failure to do so may constitute grounds for ejection or refusal of admission,” said the team, which is looking for a new name. The policy, which comes into effect starting with Cleveland’s regular-season home opener against the Kansas City Royals on Monday, means anyone with their faces painted “in a way that references or appropriates American Indian cultures and traditions” could be refused entry, the team said. In December, the club said it would drop its “Indians” name, following persistent criticism that it was offensive to Native Americans but would continue to use it during the 2021 season, until a new name was chosen.