The Yankee in question is Dave Righetti. On July 4, 1983, he no-hit the Boston Red Sox in front of a holiday crowd of 41,077 at Yankee Stadium. With two outs in the ninth, Righetti struck out Wade Boggs, who was hitting .357 at the time, to secure the no-no. He struck out nine and walked four in pitching the first regular season no-hitter for the Yankees since Allie Reynolds did it against the Red Sox on September 28, 1951. On a side note, third base for the Yankees that day was played by Bert Campaneris, who was appearing in his record eleventh no-hit game.