When umpires and players step onto a baseball field every night, they probably don't see themselves as outdoor adventurers ... but they are. During a Yankees-White Sox game, an umpire had a moth fly into his ear. So, they stopped play so he could pluck the insect right out of there. The video is pretty amazing as he complains to a trainer, and then explains there's something in his ear. Why did the moth want to live in the ear? We may never know. All we know is that eventually the moth was signed to minor league contract and is currently teammates with Tim Tebow.
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