The Boston Red Sox have experienced several historic moments over the years.
The team has won four World Series titles since 2004 after suffering through an 86-year drought.
One of those titles was won in 2007, a year in which the Sox won 96 games and won their first AL East title since 1995.
That season was full of great moments for Boston, including the night when a rookie Clay Bucholz threw a no-hitter in just his second Major League start.
Bucholz’s no-hitter occurred on September 1, 2007.
On Twitter, MLB Vault posted a video of the final out to celebrate this special Red Sox anniversary.
OTD in 2007, Clay Buchholz threw a no-hitter in his second Major League start and sent Fenway into a frenzy! pic.twitter.com/UU4LU9W3Aa
— MLB Vault (@MLBVault) September 1, 2023
He dominated the Baltimore Orioles in this start.
The fact that it was only his second MLB start made it all the more impressive.
He also was just 22 years of age when he sent Fenway Park into a frenzy on this day.
Bucholz’s best season in Boston came in 2010, when he won 17 games and posted an impressive 2.33 ERA in 28 starts.
The right-hander also earned a World Series ring in 2007 and was a key piece of the puzzle when they won their 2013 title.
That year, he started 16 games and posted a 1.74 ERA.
His final season in Boston came in 2016, and after his time with the Red Sox, he made brief stops with the Philadelphia Phillies, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Toronto Blue Jays, retiring from baseball after the 2019 season at the age of 34.
Still, this moment lives on in Red Sox history and was one of many great moments during a truly magical 2007 season.NEXT: Red Sox Analyst Discusses Team's Pitching Deficiencies