A Swarm Of Bees Caused A Crazy Scene At A Royals-Rockies Spring Training Game


Surprise! Okay, that was a really bad joke, but the Colorado Rockies and Kansas City Royals did get one yesterday during their spring training matchup at Surprise Stadium.

This was the scene yesterday afternoon as a swarm of bees ransacked the spring home of the defending World Series champions, causing a ton of problems, especially for Royals manager Ned Yost.

Some of the fans in attendance were forced to move as well. 

However, Ned Yost was not about killing all the bees surrounding him and his team, but instead about protecting them by vacuuming them up, which is apparently a thing. 

And in a bizarre twist, there was actually a retired beekeeper in the stadium that helped alleviate the situation. Can’t make this stuff up, people. 

On another bizarre note, exactly one year ago to the day, a swarm of bees attacked….yep, you guessed it….a Royals spring training game. 

Anybody taking odds on “Bees at Surprise Stadium” on March 8, 2017?

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