The Cleveland Indians are a professional baseball team based in Cleveland, Ohio. The team was established in 1901 and is one of the oldest franchises in Major League Baseball (MLB). The Indians have won two World Series Championships (1920, 1948) and have six American League Pennants. They play in the American League Central division of MLB. The team's home stadium is Progressive Field, which opened in 1994 and replaced Cleveland Municipal Stadium. The Indians are known for their mascot, Chief Wahoo, which has been a controversial symbol due to its caricature-like depiction of Native Americans. In recent years, the team has phased out the use of Chief Wahoo and has shifted to a block "C" logo as their primary symbol. The team's colors are navy blue, red, and white.