The LGBTQ players of the Hotlanta Softball League worked hard on the field, then played hard off of it on Sunday.
The players hit the diamonds at Johnson Park for a slew of games, then took it into extra innings at Mama’s for a margarita bust.
It was week 2 of the league’s season following last weekend's round of HSL action. The league held a jersey reveal party at Midtown Moon on March 5.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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