Clay Buchholz has been having a rough go of it to start the 2012 season, but the Red Sox' talented pitcher has had his fair share of success in the major leagues.
Buchholz posted a career-best 2.33 ERA in 2010 and has been considered as one of the best young pitchers in baseball for a number of years. The hype all came to fruition when Buchholz actually threw a no-hitter during one of his first ever starts in the big leagues in 2007.
Buchholz no-hit the Baltimore Orioles on Sept. 1, 2007 and led the Red Sox to a 10-0 win en route to their second World Series in four seasons. The no-hitter was the first and only one of Buchholz's young career and turned out to be the 17th career no-hitter for Red Sox pitchers.
The special moment was Tuesday night's Ketel One Honorable Moment of the week. The Red Sox may not have seen the same sort of result on Tuesday, but the moment will always hold a special place in Red Sox lure nonetheless.