Bees swarm AstrosPadres game foxsports Oct 20, 2016 at 5:01p ET 7-2 Padres Bees Gallery 65 Bee careful An usher tries to disperse a swarm of bees in the left-field stands during the ninth inning of Thursday's game between the Padres and Houston Astros in San Diego. The swarm delayed the game. Don't get stung Padres left fielder Kyle Blanks stands in a swarm of bees. Fly by An usher uses his hat to try to move a swarm of bees in left field. Yellow jacket? No, bees Bees begin to swarm a Padres jacket. Room for more? Bees swarm all over the jacket. Stay clear Fans keep a safe distance from the bees. Painful message The Padres' jumbotron gives fans the scoop on the bees. Who ya gonna call? As the bees swarmed, Padres officials didn't have to look too far to find out who they should call for help. Look it over An umpire and a groundskeeper survey the scene. What to do now? It's not every day that umps are faced with the decision to delay a game because of bees. But that was the call in San Diego. Bee-gone A worker sprays the chair to get rid of the bees. Pack it up Bee carcasses are removed from the field by this brave soul. Where is everybody? Fans keep their distance Thursday as a fumigator works to get the situation resolved. Water works A fumigator hoses off the scene of the crime at Petco Park.