Found April 15, 2012 on Nationals Enquirer:
Video above: Tyler Clippard falling down just before throwing his first pitch of the 11th inning on Sunday. Balk with men on base, but no harm done with the bases empty. Just a few pitches later, the Nationals were trailing by 3. Harm done. Reds 8, Nationals 5: Nats overcome early umpire-assisted 5-0 deficit, tie it in the 7th, lose it in the 11th. Also, Laz Diaz is terrible. Befriend the Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.
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