Buchholz Pitches No-Hitter
September 3, 2007, 9:01 am
Filed under: baseball, Buchholz, Clay Buchholz, no-hitter, Red Sox

Roger Clemens couldn’t do it. Curt Schilling almost did it earlier this year. But it took a rookie from Texas to give the Boston Red Sox their latest no-hitter, the first since Derek Lowe performed the feat in April, 2002. Buchholz becomes the 20th rookie in major league history to throw a no-hitter, but he is the first rookie ever to do so for the Red Sox.

Complete coverage in the Boston Globe

Curt Schilling Pitches 8 2/3 Innings of No Hit Baseball
June 7, 2007, 9:07 pm
Filed under: baseball, Red Sox, Schilling

Nothing I can say about a 40 year old pitcher who pitches a one hittter like this, but Schilling has got to be one of the greatest competitors in the history of baseball. Seriously.

18 seasons after his major league debut, pitching some of the best baseball you will see this year…..