Found June 11, 2013 on Outside the Boxscore:
Back on Sunday during the Seattle Mariners/New York Yankees game, home plate umpire Mike Muchlinsk had a little issue with his footing in the first inning. Watch as Mike falls down after trying to get out of the way of Mariners catcher Kelly Shoppach attempting to catch a foul ball hit by Yankees outfielder Vernon Wells: Your browser does not support iframes. (Courtesy of Next Impulse Sports)
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