On a night when the fans would later kick back and watch the classic baseball film "Angels in the Outfield," the Bees had their share of close plays. However, close is never enough as they fell to the El Paso Chihuahuas 6-5 at Smith's Ballpark.
There would be no Al the Boss Angel to hold up a deep shot to center that snuck just past a streaking Tony Campana's glove. Luis Jimenez also missed a game-changer by inches as the Chihuahuas' Jake Goebbert made a shoestring catch to rob him of an RBI in the fifth inning.
The Bees got off to a strong start in the first inning, when Ryan Wheeler smacked a three-run homer to left-center field. But El Paso's starter, Matt Wisler, did not give up another run until the sixth inning.