The Louisville Bats are going to wear their Muhammad Ali pride for all to see this summer.No, seriously.The Triple-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds is planning to wear jerseys bearing the face of the late heavyweight boxing champ June 3, the one-year anniversary of his death.A look at our Muhammad Ali Appreciation Night hat giveaway. Free to the first 5,000 fans. Courtesy of the @AliCenter. #IAmAli pic.twitter.com/F0OwEHvlSI— Louisville Bats (@LouisvilleBats) January 25, 2017 The Muhammad Ali Appreciation Night jersey. pic.twitter.com/9Os8EyFioL— Louisville Bats (@LouisvilleBats) January 25, 2017 Just announced: Louisville Slugger Field to host Muhammad Ali Appreciation Night on Saturday, June 3. More details this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/CBXulQX3bt— Louisville Bats (@LouisvilleBats) January 25, 2017 The tribute is part of a six-week festival called, “I Am Ali” set to celebrate the legacy of “the Louisville Lip” in his hometown.In Other News1Hartman: Nationalizing college football not worth the risk2JUST IN: Browns trade Baker Mayfield to Carolina Panthers3Ohio State football: What to know about Buckeyes’ recruiting class4McCoy: Reds top Mets on walk-off win5McCoy: Greene allows two more HRs; Reds fall to MetsAbout the AuthorMarcus HartmanMarcus Hartman has been a digital sports columnist and reporter at Cox's Ohio newspapers the Dayton Daily News, Springfield News-Sun and Journal-News since 2016.