Kegs flowed, Jell-O shots jiggled, raffles were lively and Hotlanta Softball League’s gay jocks were even livelier as the Atlanta Foxes hosted the final official Extra Innings Beer Bust of the HSL season on Sunday.
After a day of hard pitching and catching on the field in triple-digit heat, the teams migrated to Burkhart’s for the traditional weekly cool-down of $10 bottomless beer, this time with a special appearance by mash-up DJs Robin Skouteris and Pat Scott. Raffles benefiting Lost N Found Youth included prizes like bats, gift cards, batting gloves and more.
The HSL regular season wraps on July 8 with matchups at West Metro Atlanta Softball Complex.
Photos by Sher Pruitt
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