C.J. Wilson wasn't threatened by the swarm of bees that took over the Angel Stadium field during two brief game delays.
With little help from his teammates, the Los Angeles Angels' durable left-hander couldn't avoid a streak-snapping loss.
Justin Smoak hit a tiebreaking two-run homer, Felix Hernandez had 10 strikeouts in a four-inning start and the Seattle Mariners beat the Angels 3-2 Sunday in a game delayed twice by bees.
Both teams retreated to their dugouts during an initial 23-minute delay in the third inning when the bees roamed over the right side of the field and eventually hovered near the ficus trees beyond the wall in center.
The Angels had two runners on and two outs when the bees interrupted. Most fans stayed in their seats as a few brave grounds crew members and crowd volunteers attempted to deter the swarm with a broom, a Gatorade cooler and a cardboard box.
''That dude just came out of the stands and said `It's OK. I'm a beekeeper,''' Wilson said. ''It was like ...