When the last pitch was thrown on Sunday, the Hotlanta Softball League packed up its cleats and headed for the nearest keg. Time for their Opening Day Extra Innings Beer Bust.
Yep, these gay jocks play as hard off the field as they do on. So after Opening Day on the field (view photos), they shifted to Woof’s for the celebration hosted by the league’s Dirty Dawgs. Practice makes perfect in sports and beer busts, so there’s already been the women recruiting with their own event, the Titans bowling while they beer bust and the Talons taking to Frogs for their own pre-season event.
HSL continues its season on Sunday with games beginning at 9 a.m. at the West Metro Atlanta Softball Complex. The Extra Innings Beer Bust from the Venom is set for Sunday at 4 p.m. at Fifth & Ivory.
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