Just highlight and delete them. Don't assume it's a bug. Do not delete vmware.log.
You can just go ahead and remove them if you no longer want the log files.
"For archival purposes, the log is renamed with a sequential number added to the end, and a new
vmware.logfile is created. Archived log files are named
vmware-#.log. The most recent archived version is named
vmware-1.log. When the
vmware.logfile is next archived, the existing
vmware-1.logfile is renamed
you can also limit the number of old logs that are retained by editing the VM advanced setting "vmx.log.keepOld"
It's no bug but functionality. You can keep the log files as it is and there's no harm in that. You can also limit the log files per your requirement using the setting "vmx.log.keepOld" posted by T180985. Detailed article for same below:
If a VM writes logs as large as those in the screenshot it means that the VM needs help.
Solve the problem and delete the logs when you are done.