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Dodgers vs. Cubs vs. bees: Swarm infests left field pavilion

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A swarm of bees invaded the left field pavilion at Dodger Stadium today in the eighth inning of the Dodgers’ game against the Chicago Cubs. Security guards cleared the lower half of section 313.

The Dodgers won 2-0.

-- Dylan Hernandez at Dodger Stadium

Photo: A section of left-field pavilion is cleared of fans after a swarm of bees is discovered. Credit: Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times.

 
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Can you give us a picture of your bees?

Well, the Dodgers DO play Class Bee Ball !

From Cardinal Nation, thx bees. Cubs are stung for the year.

Being an Orange county resident and attendee of multiple Angle games each
season, I decided to take my wife to her first Dodger game. We actually went
Friday night and sat in the first row section 305 in the left field pavilion.
I was really disgusted with the behavior of the so called Dodger FANS.
If you using lewd, foul language at the opposing team, in this case Cub left fielder
Soriano. then you dont know what a true fan is. It was disgusting and totally uncalled for. If I go again, and thats a big if.. I will definitely choose seats
not with the bleacher bums, who truely epitomized the word BUMS!!!

Bees, yikes! I went to yesterday's game and luckily there weren't any killer bees. The sun probably melted them all! My God, was it hot!


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