Brooks Robinson returns to the hot corner tomorrow.
The Hall of Famer will don his golden glove once again in the third annual Mayor'sSoftball Trophy Games 1 p.m. at Truxtun Park, Hilltop Lane, Annapolis.
The game, pitting Robinson and the "Lawmakers" against the "Drug-Free Allstars," is part of an anti-drug festival from noon until 5 p.m.
Robinson will team up with skipper and Delegate Mike Busch, state Sen. Gerald Winegrad, City Administrator Michael Mallinoff and DonBrooks of the county's Recreation and Parks Department.
Gerard Ferri, director of American Happenings (a non-profit organization promoting drug-free lifestyles) will manage the All-Stars.
City Mayor Alfred A. Hopkins will be host for the day's events, in addition to acting as head umpire in the softball game.
Drug education and prevention literature will be distributed at the festival.
Also on handwill be city and county officials and lawmakers, the Orioles bird and Channel 2 news anchor Stan Stovall.
The event is sponsored by the Alliance for a Drug-Free Annapolis, American Happenings, Annapolis Allstars, the City of Annapolis, the Committee for a Drug-Free Annapolis and the anti-drug Planning Action Committees of Anne Arundel County.