Found November 05, 2012 on
Love My Bravos:
It's hard to believe this is the 4th annual Rally softball game... maybe because the second was rained out and never started. Either way, I'm glad so much money was raised for childhood cancer research.
Brian McCann and Chipper Jones were team captains, as usual. The only current Brave who played was Jonny Venters (who only hit once and didn't play defensively); former Braves Rick Camp and Johnny Estrada were there as well. The rest of the teams were comprised of minor leaguers, local celebrities and corporate representatives.
There was a home run derby before the game. It didn't make much sense, because they were saying if a ball went over the softball fence that meant $___ for cancer research and if it went over the regular fences that meant $___. But where was that money coming from? They never said. :)
Anyway. Here are a few pictures. Yes, most of the ones in the gallery are of Jonny. Upon seeing the gallery, my friend Michelle replied, "I saw a string of Jo...
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