GRAND CHUTE - Aaron Rodgers hit two out-of-the-park homers, and host Donald Driver added an inside-the-park round tripper as the Packers offense beat the defense 22-10 in this year's Donald Driver charity softball game.
The offense scored 10 runs in the bottom of the third inning to blow the game open.
Before the game started, Davon House wowed onlookers with an impressive display in the homerun derby. Defending champ Bryan Bulaga and hopeful T.J. Lang had spend the week trading barbs on Twitter, but in the end House took home the trophy.
The pregame festivities were highlighted by an appearance by Peta Murgatroyd, Driver's champion dance partner. Peta threw out the first pitch, signed autographs and posed for pictures with several fans. She also made an appearance during the game, pitching a scoreless second inning for the offense.
A half-hour special featuring the highlights of the game will on FOX 11 on June 10 at 3 p.m. and June 16 at 5:30 p.m.
The Packers now look forward to the team's third, and final, organized team activity this week. Mandatory mini-camp runs from June 12-14.
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