It's the most infamous perfect game that wasn't. It happened two years ago when an umpire missed a call that cost a Detroit Tigers pitcher a perfect game.
The umpire's name is Jim Joyce. Fast forward to 2012 and Joyce is now being hailed a hero for saving a woman's life at Chase Field in August.
Jane Powers went into cardiac arrest prior to the game, but Joyce was there to perform CPR and save her life.
As an umpire, Joyce has made so many significant calls, but the most important was certainly when he performed CPR on Powers.
On Friday, Powers was at Chase Field to see her hero call the game. She was greeted with hugs from co-workers and guests who didn't know if they'd ever see her again.
"It gave me goose bumps. It made me a little nervous, but I'm glad I came..friends with family to get me beyond that point," she said.
Last month, the 50-year-old was preparing for her shift as an in-game server when she suddenly felt faint.
"I turned to one of my girlfriends. I said I don't really feel good, something's not right..so if I collapse and that's all I remembered I collapsed in my girlfriends arms," she said.
Joyce put his game day preparation on hold and performed CPR.
"I don't remember Jim Joyce. I don't remember his face, but I do remember him saying, 'hang in there Janie, hang in there."
Powers flat lined.
"I was within a minute of dying," she said.
Powers recovered from a arrhythmia at Banner Good Samaritan Hospital and although she had never seen his face, she recognized Joyce the moment he stepped into her hospital room.
"I knew his voice right away."
As Kirk Gibson found out Friday night, Joyce is still one of the toughest umpires in the league, but to Powers, he'll always be a hero.
"Just know that someday you might run into a stranger and that guardian might be your guardian angel as Jim was to me," she said.
Powers was told dozens of times that if it weren't for CPR being performed so quickly, she wouldn't be alive. She has no heart damage, but wears a defibrillator just in case and she's urging everyone who hears about her story to learn CPR.