Beekeeper ends Dodgers-Diamondbacks delay, throws out first pitch

PHOENIX — It could have been the first standing ovation for a beekeeper in history.

Certainly there has never been a beekeeper in the spotlight as he waved to the crowd while the public address speakers blared, “I need a hero.” »

And, after a delay of an hour and 55 minutes Tuesday night due to a colony of bees that formed on top of the protective netting above home plate, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Diamondbacks Arizona played a baseball game.

Naturally, the person who rejected the ceremonial first pitch was Matt Hilton, branch manager of the Blue Sky Pest Control office in Phoenix.

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