Yankees-Red Sox Spring Training Game Briefly Delayed Due to Bees

Kenny Dorset@kdorsetDirector of Social MediaMarch 18, 2014

(via YES)

Bees caused a seven-minute delay during the third inning of Tuesday's spring training game between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees. 

The buzzing insects took over left field at Steinbrenner Field in Tampa before stadium workers removed them using spray. 

Mark Teixeira looked to be a hero with two bottles of honey as the grounds crew worked to remove the bees. 

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