APPLETON, WI (WTAQ) - The Packers' defense pushed ahead of the offense in the top of the 6th and final inning thanks to a Nate Palmer home run. The crowd of 9,010 at Fox Cities Stadium really didn't mind who won. It was all about charity, and Donald Driver, this day.
The final score was 24 runs for the defense and 20 runs for the offense. The offense normally controls the annual event. The game featured Driver and rookies like Datone Jones, but also legacy players such as Ahman Green and William Henderson.
Nate Palmer also won the home run derby preceding the game and was the MVP for the day. His prize was a 60" TV.