Boston Red Sox defeat Kansas City Royals, 7-0

BOSTON --Jon Lester has survived cancer and pitched a World Series clincher for the Boston Red Sox.

Now he can add a no-hitter to his already amazing list of accomplishments.

The 24-year-old lefty shut down Kansas City 7-0 Monday night for the first no-hitter in the majors since Red Sox rookie Clay Buchholz threw one last September. It was Lester's first major league complete game. And what a way to do it.

"You don't feel tired in that situation. You've got so much a...

Immortality takes on a different meaning for someone who has lived through cancer.

But on a magical, windswept night in May, 24-year-old Red Sox lefthander Jon Lester claimed his special piece of baseball lore Monday night when he threw a no-hitter against the Kansas City Royals in a 7-0 win at Fenway Park.

Lester struck out 25-year-old infielder Alberto Callaspo to end the 18th no-hitter in club history, the first since rookie Clay Buchholz threw one against Baltimo...