Found October 14, 2013 on NESN.com:
Boston police officer Steve Horgan wasn’t the only guy raising his hands in celebration as David Ortiz‘s line shot fell into the Red Sox bullpen as Torii Hunter flipped the outfield fence diving for it. But he was front and center as millions watched the magic unravel. Horgan was spotted by John Henry, Linda Pizzuti and members of the Sox media after the win in Game 2 and posed for some photos, as seen below. Screen shot of Officer Steve Horgan calling the home run despite Hunter's courageous dive http://t.co/XCio2iQirj— Linda Pizzuti (@Linda_Pizzuti) October 14, 2013 It was Officer Steve Horgan who we saw in the bullpen during Papi's Grand Slam. This was his move: http://t.co/8tLsiPy9KF— Linda Pizzuti (@Linda_Pizzuti) October 14, 2013 Bullpen officer Steve Horgan and John Henry. http://t.co/XSqw7EXsZo— Joe McDonald (@ESPNJoeyMac) October 14, 2013 Check out video of the play here>> Filed under: Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park, Headlines, NESN Staff
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