But it has everything to do with the quick thinking and fast action of Toledo native Jim Joyce, the major-league umpire who saved a life thanks to his quick thinking and fast action at Chase Field in Phoenix Monday.
The story, in a nutshell: Joyce arrived at Chase Field Monday to prepare to umpire that night's game between the Diamondbacks and Miami. On his way to the umpires' clubhouse, he saw a D-Backs employee have a seizure, then fall to the ground.
Joyce quickly started performing CPR on the women, something he told reporters he learned while a student at Toledo's Central Catholic High School.
Joyce stayed with the women until someone arrived with an AED, and the woman was taken to a hospital where doctors say she could return home by the end of this week.
Many Tigers fans remember Joyce as the umpire who blew the call at first base on the potential final out of Armando Galarraga's "perfect" game in 2010.
But personally, I hope this event will become Joyce's lasting legacy, rather than one call during a regular season game that even the aggrieved party, Galarraga, already has forgiven.
Click here to read a story written by The Blade's Dave Hackenberg that talks about Joyce, his Toledo background, and the aftermath of the Galarraga call.
Here are a few other links to stories if you'd like read more about Joyce ...
Click here to read a story by MLB.com's Steve Gilbert that describes the incident in greater detail. Click here to read a story by MLB.com's Mike Bauman that weighs the two "signature" moments of Joyce's life. Click here to read a story by ESPN's Amy K. Nelson that talks about how Joyce has dealt with the aftermath of the call in the Galarraga "perfect" game.