The LGBTQ jocks of the Southern Softpaw League were greeted with sunny skies as they took the field Saturday for their 10th season opener.
Opening ceremonies featured special guest Qween Farrazz, who sang the National Anthem and gave a tribute to Aretha Franklin.
Want more SSL action? Check out another opening day or two, a couple of beer busts and a season-ending party.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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