Found September 27, 2012 on Laugh At Sports:
En route to his 20th victory of the season, Gio Gonzalez had a quite a stumble.  The Washington Nationals Pitcher fell down as he threw a wild pitch.  Come on, Gio, keep your head up.Fortunately, he was able to bounce back by bouncing one in the dirt to strike out the batter.This play made their trade with the A's worth it for me.Lie down and watch the play right here:Your browser does not support iframes.
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