The Atlanta Titans do softball. But better, they know how to throw a fun pre-season party and did so again on Saturday at Midtown Bowl.
The team pulled on their jerseys, grabbed their big balls and hosted the 8th Annual Bowling, Beer & Boys as a rather obvious hint that the Hotlanta Softball season is about to start. The event also included the team's infamous "crotch to floor" raffle. For a flat fee, participants received as many raffle tickets as they could stretch from their special place to the floor.
The Titans' event is a tradition. Year after year after year after year, they keep bowling and beer busting ahead of the season opener. HSL hosts its Jersey Party on March 4 at Heretic. The season opens March 12.
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