On September 20, 2020  At Fenway Park Boston Red Sox Starter Tanner Houck is the eighth pitcher — and sixth starter — since 1901 to throw as many as five innings while allowing two hits or fewer in his first two MLB starts. And he’s the first pitcher in Red Sox history to achieve that feat. Houck is just the third pitcher in franchise history to go five innings or more in his first two starts without allowing an earned run. The others were Boo Ferris (1945) and Vaughn Eshelman (1995).

Houck facing the New York Yankees, the Red sox had lost 12 straight to there long time rivals did not allow a hit to his first 17 batters faced, Tyler Wade doubled to break up the no-hitter.

The Red Sox will win going away 10-2.