A video of the Rangers bullpen is going viral

Tuesday night's game between the Texas Rangers and Colorado Rockies had a peculiar scene

Several Rangers bullpen players were waved out of Coors Field's centerfield pine trees during the first inning

The players were informed that they needed to move by the home plate umpire's whistle

The on-air broadcaster said, "That region out there is basically built for exploring."

You can't blame the Rangers for trying to up the ante in this evening's game after playing 122 games so far this season

This mid-game excursion at Coors Field should not be surprising because it has one of baseball's most naturally gorgeous centerfield features

With a 56-66 record for the season, the Rangers are in third place in the AL West

The Rockies have a 53-70 record, which puts them last in the NL West

As the sixth inning began, the Rangers had a 6-4 advantage over the Rockies