Monsoons don’t discriminate when it comes to power outages.

A major storm that moved through the Phoenix metro area Monday night left more than 100,000 residents without power.

It also knocked out some pretty important lights at Chase Field during the Diamondbacks’ 9-5 loss to the Rangers.

With the game tied at 4 in the top of the sixth inning, Diamondbacks reliever Jorge De La Rosa was preparing to unload a 3-2 pitch to Rangers outfielder Delino DeShields when some of the lights on the field went out.

“It’s a lot darker on the field than it is on your TV set,” broadcaster Steve Berthiaume said on the Fox Sports Arizona broadcast.

“Pretty sure the Dodgers had something to do with this,” Bob Brenly added. The Dodgers experienced a power outage during their game in Los Angeles on Monday, as well.

Diamondbacks reliever Archie Bradley took advantage of the delay, leaving the bullpen to high-five fans on his way down to the dugout to commiserate with his teammates.

More importantly, whoever is in charge of the musical offerings at Chase Field did not disappoint during the delay. Some of the highlights included “All of the lights” by Kanye West, “Lights” by Journey and “Gimme the light” by Sean Paul.

The delay lasted 21 minutes.

The monkey business on social media was just getting started, however.

Autocorrect got the better of ESPN reporter Pedro Gomez, who accidentally tweeted that a “baboon,” not a haboob, caused the power outage.

Twitter quickly became a jungle of jokes as the Diamondbacks, Suns and even the Phoenix Zoo joined in on the fun.

In the end, the Rangers threw a monkey wrench in the Diamondbacks’ plans.

Thanks for swinging by.