Aaron Rodgers hits two home runs in Driver charity game

Never mind the NFL -- Aaron Rodgers might be the best softball player in Green Bay, too.

The Green Bay Packers quarterback, 2011 NFL Most Valuable Player and former Super Bowl MVP, clouted two three-run home runs in receiver Donald Driver's charity softball contest on Sunday.

Rodgers' team won the fifth annual Donald Driver Charity Softball Game by a score of 22-10, according to the Green Bay Press-Gazette. A crowd of 8,745 in Grand Chute, Wis., turned out to see the Packers' offense take on its defense in a non-contact sport.

Proceeds went to help homeless families and improve educational opportunities for disadvantaged youth in Wisconsin and in Driver's hometown of Houston, Texas.

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