What better way to cap off a day of playing softball than with a beer bust at the local gay sports bar?
That’s what the players on the Grey Wolves of the Hotlanta Softball League did on Sunday by heading to Woofs. And they needed a drink after losing 10-0 to the Wild D. But there’s always next week as the Grey Wolves and the rest of the HSL suit up for another round of games.
And if you're looking to visit Woofs before it moves from its longtime home on Piedmont Road, do it soon. The bar will relocate to its new digs on Plasters Avenue off Monroe Drive in June.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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