Following a “last official” beer bust and a “final” regular season beer bust toasting the Gay Softball World Series teams, Sunday found the gay jocks of Hotlanta Softball League at the “Absolutely Last Extra Inning Beer Bust.”
This time, they swear it: No more official HSL events until Atlanta’s gay softball fall season.
But before the players’ livers could begin recuperating for a couple of months, it was once again to FROGS Cantina for $10 bottomless beer, Jell-O shots and revelry for all comers – like just about every Sunday since March.
The league’s board hosted this round of drinking to bid the season adieu after a day of Commissioner’s Cup games determining the final roster of teams going to the national gay softball series in San Diego next month.
Photos by Sher Pruitt
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