Ravens fans had a chance to see their team at work in a different setting Sunday afternoon.
Safety Lardarius Webb held his seventh-annual charity softball game at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen, Md., and he had a great turnout from teammates and fans for the event.
Some of the players in attendance were Steve Smith Sr., Justin Forsett, C.J. Mosley, Justin Tucker, Ronnie Stanley, Kamar Aiken, Buck Allen, Eugene Monroe, Maxx Williams, Crockett Gillmore, Brandon Williams, Matt Elam, Za'Darius Smith, Zachary Orr, Kapron Lewis-Moore, Lawrence Guy Albert McClellan, Sam Koch, Morgan Cox, Anthony Levine, Carl Davis, Alex Lewis and Ryan Jensen. Former Ravens Torrey Smith, Jacoby Jones and Vonta Leach also attended.
Proceeds from the game all went towards Webb's foundation, which serves underprivileged families in the Baltimore area.
"It's just awesome to see the fan support and to have the guys come out and support me," Webb said. "The things I'm able to do with the money we raise here to help the Baltimore community is the biggest – being able to change lives in this area."
The actual game is always a light-hearted affair. The teams are separated by offense and defense, and the offense kept its streak alive by winning 14-8.
Some of the more impressive softball players were Maxx Williams, Koch and Elam, who all drilled home runs. Koch also won the home-run derby before the game.
In addition to the game, players spent time mingling with fans, taking pictures, throwing out T-shirts and signing autographs throughout the afternoon.
"It's just about everyone coming together to change the city," Webb said. "The fans come together, the team comes together and we can make a change."