A sure sign that the jocks of Hotlanta Softball are about to embark on another season of Sundays on the field? A beer bust with boys and bowling.
So the Titans did exactly that on Sunday, playing host to the 5th Annual Bowling Beer & Boys. This team parties just about anywhere – on a patio, with strippers at a car wash, under a tent – but the season-opening tradition at Midtown Bowl signals that the chill of winter is nearly over and a season of beer bust fundraisers is starting.
The on-the-field action begins March 16 with HSL's clinic for rookies and Opening Day on March 30.
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