The Packers defense beat the offense for the first time in three years at the Donald Driver charity softball game yesterday. A 24-20 slugfest spanned six action packed innings in front of a sold out crowd at Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute.
The home run derby was won by rookie linebacker Nate Palmer, unseating defending champion Davon House in the final round. Palmer was also named MVP of the softball game.
The sold out crowd set a new attendance record of 9,010. Packers players past and present spent plenty of time signing autographs for young and old before and after the annual game.