Woofs plays World Series Central for gay Atlanta

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As the entire city collectively tries to channel the first Braves World Series win since 1995, Game 3 photos prove Woofs Atlanta is the place for local LGBTQ baseball fans.

As many Atlanta gay bars prepared for Halloween revelers on a rainy night in Georgia on Friday, Woofs played World Series Central. Fans turned up from work all decked in blue, red and some “Pederson pearls.”

Everyone in town hopes Tuesday night is the decider, and Woofs hosts a Game 6 Watch Party on its 20 screens. In the meantime, enjoy our Game 3 gallery below.

Photos by Russ Bowen-Youngblood


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