Transcript for Boston Police Officer's Winning Photo at Red Sox Game
Is right for you. Finally tonight what's it like to become famous, part of a joyful history. A boston policeman became an overnight sensation. Jon donvan takes us behind the picture of the day. Reporter: Right time right place. It is key in the end zone. In the ring. In the base steal and in this moment frozen from last night's red sox game that is now going viral. Here's the moving version of what happened. A bottom of the 8th pitch to david ortiz, a swing, a grand slam that ties the game and turns torii hunter upside down. There he is, boston cop steven horgan. Joy on his face, his arms in perfect timing, perfect configuration while the game was still on and the sox won 6-5 various versions are traveling the world. Steven horgan, who has a cabin in maine he headed for today with his wife who has to be impressed. Actually he told us by phone -- my wife fell asleep before the game ended. Reporter: Right time, right place. It happens to fans like everyone who was ever there when a foul ball came down. Wrong time wrong place also happens because it was exactly one decade ago tonight that a chicago fan named steve bartman reached out little bit too far and messed up a crucial catch. There was no twitter then but his family had to change their phone number. Timing, it's everything. THAT'S HOW YOU GET TWO Vs WHICH Make w which stand for win. Jon donvan, abc news, washington.
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