Running for your life isn't usually a part of Major League Baseball players' spring training, but it was for Jason Heyward on Sunday.
The Chicago Cubs' star outfielder literally made a run for it, scaling the fence in center field to get away from a swarm of bees.
The bees were such pests that the Cubs-Seattle Mariners' game had to be delayed for several minutes during the top of the third inning, when their swarming was at its peak.
From this video, you can see Heyward swatting the bees to get them out of his face before jumping and clinging to the center fence.
Too bad the damage was done.
The bee problem was so bad that it forced Cubs' relief pitchers to leave their bullpen in left field to join the Mariners' bullpen in right field, as reported by Bleacher Report.com.
We would have been right there running and jumping that fence, too, Jason.
BET Sports News — Get the latest news and information about African-Americans in sports, including weekly recaps, celebrity news and photos of your favorite Black athletes.
(Photo: MLB.com via NBC)