Kansas City Royals' Kauffman Stadium Overrun by Bees Before Game vs. Indians

Thomas Duffy@@TJDhoopsFeatured ColumnistMay 8, 2017

Last March, a swarm of bees interrupted the Kansas City Royals’ spring-training game against the Colorado Rockies at Surprise Stadium in Arizona. These insects were everywhere.

On Sunday, they returned.

This time, Kauffman Stadium became one big hive.

The Kansas City Star passed along video of the bees, which “took refuge” in the upper deck. Luckily, beekeeper Jeff Diekmann is part of the grounds crew.  Last year, the hero was Lowell Hutchison:

The game was not delayed, and Kansas City fell to the Cleveland Indians, 1-0.

[Twitter, h/t NBC Sports]

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