The Ban Johnson Baseball League hosted a celebration inside the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum titled "Thank You Mr. Motley!" that paid tribute to Don Motley, who has gave more than 60 years service to the Ban Johnson League and the Kansas City area baseball community. Motley (top) was welcomed by one of his friends, Charles Love of Kansas City.
The Ban Johnson Baseball League hosted a celebration inside the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum titled "Thank You Mr. Motley!" that paid tribute to Don Motley, who has gave more than 60 years service to the Ban Johnson League and the Kansas City area baseball community. Motley (top) was welcomed by one of his friends, Charles Love of Kansas City. The Kansas City Star
The Ban Johnson Baseball League hosted a celebration inside the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum titled "Thank You Mr. Motley!" that paid tribute to Don Motley, who has gave more than 60 years service to the Ban Johnson League and the Kansas City area baseball community. Motley (top) was welcomed by one of his friends, Charles Love of Kansas City. The Kansas City Star

Funeral services scheduled for former Negro Leagues Museum director Don Motley

November 21, 2016 08:55 PM

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