If bees are going to invade your dugout-level suite, just make sure you aren't there when they do. Fortunately, superagent Scott Boras didn't appear to be at the Angels-Athletics game on Sunday when a swarm took over his front-row seats directly behind home plate for the first two innings.
The bees were removed with the help of a vacuum, but didn't quite phase photo-happy fans like the one above.
And who could forget the 'Midge Attack' of 2007, when pesky bugs from Lake Erie became a grand spectacle during a playoff game between the Yankees and Indians. New York pitcher Joba Chamberlain seemed to be the most affected that night, as he lost his control and uncorked two wild pitches.
Chamberlain's neck is thankful those days are long gone.
Pictures from that infamous postseason incident are below.