Salt Lake Bees
- Location: Salt Lake City, UT
- League: Pacific Coast League 2006-2019; Triple-A West 2021; Pacific Coast League 2022-
- Affiliation: Los Angeles Angels 2006-present
- Ballpark: Smith's Ballpark
The Salt Lake Bees, of the Pacific Coast League and briefly in Triple-A West, were known as the Salt Lake Buzz from 1994 to 2000 and Salt Lake Stingers from 2001 to 2005. The Los Angeles Angels farmhands play their home games at Smith's Ballpark in Salt Lake City, UT.
Owner Joe Buzas dropped "Buzz" for "Stingers" in 2001 to settle the Georgia Institute of Technology's lawsuit over its sports mascot's name. That same year, Buzas moved his ball club into the Angels' farm system. After his death, the NBA's Utah Jazz owner Larry Miller - who had helped Buzas bring Triple-A baseball back to SLC - bought the club from the Buzas estate in January 2005. After the season, Miller resurrected a similar Salt Lake City baseball nickname with a longer history: Bees, which had been used from 1915 through 1965 and again from 1969 through 1970.
Now-contracted Angels farm-mate Burlington, IA, also went by Bees. Only one nickname is now shared by two minor league clubs not using that of their big-league parent - the Indianapolis and Spokane Indians.
The Bees play Copa de la Diversión Hispanic engagement campaign games as Abejas de Salt Lake - a direct translation of Salt Lake Bees.