Found August 07, 2012 on Laugh At Sports:
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As it has been previously noted here on Laugh At Sports, we love it when Major League Baseball players take a tumble during games.

During Monday night's Houston Astros/Washington Nationals affair, Nationals closer Tyler Clippard was trying to shut the door on a Houston comeback.

As he prepared to fire a pitch to Houston's Matt Downs, Tyler had a little bit of problems with his balance:

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