While “The Greatest” may be gone, he has most definitely not been forgotten. The tributes to Muhammad Ali since his passing continue across the globe but especially in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. The Louisville Bats, the city’s minor league baseball team recently announced a tribute planned for June. On June 3, the one year anniversary of Ali’s death, the Cincinnati Reds’ Triple-a affiliate will on honor Ali by hosting Muhammad Ali Appreciation Night at Louisville Slugger Field. The Bats’ players will wear specially designed Ali-themed jerseys. The stunning jerseys have an Ali head-shot across the entire front with ALI written on one sleeve and The Greatest written on the other. A butterfly image with ALI printed in the center is on the back of the jersey above the player’s number. The June 3rd special event will be the first of six weekends of community events focusing on spreading Muhammad Ali’s six core principals (Confidence, Conviction, Dedication, Respect, Giving, and Spirituality) according to Louisville Bats Senior Vice President Greg Galiette. Following the June 3rd game, the Ali tribute jerseys will be auctioned off with proceeds going to the Muhammad Ali Center. The first two thousand fans in attendance will receive a free Bats logo cap commemorating Muhammad Ali. The jerseys are a thing of beauty truly befitting of the self-proclaimed “greatest, prettiest heavyweight champ of all-times.”