Caught the most no hitters of any catcher I'm baseball history. Jason Varitek ladies and gentlemen ;)

Jason Varitek (retired) caught the most no hitters of any catcher in baseball history.

Jason Varitek. My favorite!

Jason Varitek’s Records: 4 No-No’s, Played in MLB, College & Little League World Series

Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek will announce his retirement on Thursday. This is an iconic photo of Tek's scuffle with A-Rod in 2004. It proved to be a turning point in their first championship season in 86 years.

Jason Varitek to announce retirement from baseball on Thursday

Jason Varitek...Thanks for everything, Tek! You will be missed!   "I can look at the man in the mirror and be proud that I gave everything I had to this organization. And once again, I just want to say thank you.''

Former Yellow Jacket , catcher Jason Varitek of the Boston Red Sox, future National Baseball Hall of Famer

Top 10 Greatest Moments of Captain Jason Varitek's Career.... My all-time favorite Red Sox player <3

Boston Red Sox: Top 10 Greatest Moments of Captain Jason Varitek's Career

In all seriousness, who DOESN'T want a catcher jumping into their arms? Boston Red Sox, 2004 World Series Champions.

Jason Varitek.  He is the only Red Sox player to catch 1000 games and holds the MLB record for most no hitters caught.

Boston's Top 50 Athletes of All-Time

He is the only Red Sox player to catch 1000 games and holds the MLB record for most no hitters caught. My favorite Red Sox player ever!

Competitive Opposition: Jason Andrew Varitek, nicknamed 'Tek', is a retired American Major League Baseball catcher for the Boston Red Sox. He currently works for the club as a "Special Assistant to the General Manager."

Jason Varitek Autographed Photograph - - Autographed MLB Photos: Jason Varitek hand signed this glossy photo. A Sure Shot Promotions Certificate of Authenticity is included.

Thank you, Jason Varitek

Red Sox captain Jason Varitek retires with two World Series rings. Oh my captain.

Boston Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek, left, shoves New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez in the face after Rodriguez was hit by a pitch during the third inning and began yelling at Red Sox pitcher Bronson Arroyo at Fenway Park in Boston on July 24, 2004. Rodriguez and Varitek were both ejected from the game after the benches cleared.  (Winslow Townson/AP)

Boston Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek, left, shoves New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez

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