Hotlanta Softball’s Rubber Ducks quacked their way through the gay league’s Extra Innings Beer Bust on Sunday, offering bottomless beer, Jell-O shots and a raffle along the way.
The Ducks filled up Cockpit for the event, which helps the gay jocks unwind after a long day on the softball field. The squad was the latest gay team to host a beer bust fundraiser this season. There was the Thirsty Games from the Mudcats, the Titans, the Talons, the Menace, the Women’s Division and the entire league on Opening Day.
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