Found June 04, 2014 on Sportsnaut:
This is rather embarrassing. One of the best players in baseball thus far this year, Carlos Gomez of the Milwaukee Brewers, took a major spill as he attempted to navigate the dugout stairs tonight.  Gomez was able to get up and walk it off, meaning we can all now laugh at the misstep (pun very much intended). Photo: MLB.com The post Watch: Milwaukee Brewers’ Carlos Gomez Falls Down Dugout Stairs appeared first on Sportsnaut.com.
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