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Bob Motley, the last surviving umpire from baseball's legendary Negro Leagues, has a memoir out called Ruling Over Monarchs, Giants, and Stars: Umpiring in the Negro Leagues and Beyond.
Motley talks to Tony Cox about his years behind the plate.
Umpiring in the Negro Leagues & Beyond
by Bob Motley and Byron Motley
Paperback, 217 pages |
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