No-no Red Sox notes

Updated: September 2, 2007, 9:53 AM ET
ESPN Research

Clay Buchholz, a 23-year-old Texan who looks barely old enough to vote, is now part of Major League Baseball's no-hit lore. A look at some Red Sox no-no notes:

No-Hitters vs. Baltimore
Sept. 1, 2007: Clay Buchholz, Boston, 10-0
April 4, 2001: Hideo Nomo, Boston, 3-0
Aug. 11, 1991: Wilson Alvarez, Chicago, 7-0
April 15, 1987: Juan Nieves, Milwaukee, 7-0
June 1, 1975: Nolan Ryan, California, 1-0
May 5, 1962: Bo Belinsky, Los Angeles, 2-0

Biggest Margin of Victory in No-Hitter
Since World War II (1941):
Bob Gibson, 1971 vs. Pittsburgh, 11-0
Clay Buchholz, 2007 vs. Baltimore, 10-0
Derek Lowe, 2002 vs. Tampa Bay, 10-0
Jim Maloney, 1969 vs. Houston, 10-0

Red Sox No-Hitters of the Last 50 Years
Clay Buchholz, 2007, vs. Baltimore
Derek Lowe, 2002, vs. Tampa Bay
Hideo Nomo, 2001, vs. Baltimore
Dave Morehead, 1965, vs. Cleveland
Bill Monboquette, 1962, at Chicago White Sox
Earl Wilson, 1962, vs. Los Angeles Angels

MLB's Most Recent No-Hitters
Clay Buchholz, Sept. 1, 2007, vs. Baltimore
Justin Verlander, June 12, 2007, vs. Milwaukee
Mark Buehrle, April 18, 2007, vs. Texas
Anibal Sanchez, Sept. 6, 2006, vs. Arizona
Randy Johnson, May 18, 2004, at Atlanta
Houston's 6-man no-hitter, June 11, 2003, at New York Yankees
Kevin Millwood, April 27, 2003, vs. San Francisco

Rookie No-Hitters Since 1970 (20 Overall Since 1900)
Sept. 1, 2007, Clay Buchholz, Boston
Sept. 6, 2006, Anibal Sanchez, Florida
Sept. 3, 2001, Bud Smith, St. Louis
June 25, 1999, Jose Jimenez, St. Louis
Aug. 11, 1991, Wilson Alverez, Chicago White Sox
Sept. 29, 1983, Mike Warren, Oakland
July 30, 1973, Jim Bibby, Texas
April 27, 1973, Steve Busby, Kansas City
April 16, 1972, Burt Hooton, Chicago Cubs
Sept. 21, 1970, Vida Blue, Oakland

Most No-Hitters By Team In MLB History
Los Angeles Dodgers, 20
Boston Red Sox -- 17
Chicago White Sox -- 16
Cleveland Indians, Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves and Cincinnati Reds -- 14

Most No-Hitters Since 1993
Florida Marlins and New York Yankees -- 4
Boston Red Sox -- 3
Los Angeles Dodgers, Houston Astros, Minnesota Twins and St. Louis Cardinals -- 2