The Man who caught Hank Aaron's No. 715

Tom House was, as he puts it, a "marginal" big-league pitcher. A "ninth or 10th man in a 10-man rotation," someone who was always on the fringe of being sent to the minor leagues. But House would forever become part of MLB history, when he caught Hank Aaron's record-breaking 715th home run. Here, House shares his story of the catch, and how it changed his life.