Red Sox pitcher Jon Lester celebrates after the final out of his no hitter vs. the Royals.
(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Jim Davis)

Jon Lester No-Hits the RoyAAAls!

Box: Sox 7, Royals 0 0 1
DEE-FENSE, DEE-FENSE, DEE-FENSE... Was Pretty Good Behind Jon, Lugo Too
Did You See That Catch Coco... er Jacoby Made?

Jacoby Ellsbury of the Boston Red Sox makes a diving catch on a ball hit by Jose Guillen #11 of the Kansas City Royals at Fenway Park
(Getty Images Photo / Jim Rogash)

Don Orsillo Slightly More Excited Than He Was After Nomo's No-Hitter
Lester Slightly Less Excited Than Someone Getting a Free Cup of Coffee at Dunkin

"I can't lie, it went through my head a couple of times in the ninth." -- 5.19.08, Jon Lester on the no-hitter

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