Watch: Rangers Bullpen video goes viral tonight

The Spun: What

DENVER, CO – APRIL 09: The American flag is displayed on the field as the national anthem is performed prior to the opening day game between the San Francisco Giants and the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field on April 9, 2012 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

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A bizarre moment came from Tuesday night’s game between the Texas Rangers and Colorado Rockies.

During the first inning, several players of the Rangers’ bullpen were waved off from the pine trees in centerfield on the Coors-field. The home plate umpire whistled to warn the players to move.

“That area out there is kind of built to explore,” the on-air broadcaster said.

With 122 games to their name this season, you can’t blame the Rangers for wanting to add a little suspense to tonight’s game. And with one of the most naturally beautiful centerfield features in baseball, this mid-game exploration at Coors Field should come as no surprise.

The Rangers are third in the AL West with a record 56-66 on the year. The Rockies are in last place in the NL West with a 53-70 record.

The Rangers led the Rockies 6-4 en route to the sixth inning.

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