The Arizona Diamondbacks took on the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field last night, but some uninvited guests caused quite a buzz.
During the top of the fifth inning thousands of bees began swarming around a camera bay next to the Rockies' dugout. The cameraman was forced to evacuate his post and play was suspended for a couple minutes. Play continued and then in the sixth inning a beekeeper stepped on the scene with a large vacuum cleaner to suck up the insects. The Diamondbacks would eventually sting the Rockies by the score of 9-7.