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but elected to have Sánchez return to Class AA to start the season with the Carolina Mudcats.Sánchez made his first 15 starts in 2006 with Mudcats, for whom he posted a 3–6 record with a 3.15 ERA.
On June 25, he was called up to the majors to start the second half of a doubleheader in Yankee Stadium against the Yankees.Sánchez's no-hitter against Arizona ended the longest no-hitter drought in Major League Baseball history; there had been 6,364 consecutive major-league games without a no-hitter since Randy Johnson's perfect game on May 18, 2004.The previous record was a 4,015-game streak without a no-hitter, which lasted from September 30, 1984, to September 19, 1986.He walked four batters and struck out six, throwing 103 pitches.The Marlins, who used 21 rookies during the 2006 season, started six in Sánchez's no-hitter, setting the record for most rookies to play for the winning team in a no-hitter.After the 2004 season, Baseball America named Sánchez Boston's fifth-best prospect, behind shortstop Hanley Ramírez, outfielder Brandon Moss, and pitchers Jonathan Papelbon and Jon Lester.
2005 saw the young prospect starting the season off in Wilmington, Boston's High-A ball affiliate.
After posting a 6–1 record with a 2.40 ERA, receiving a selection for the All-Star Futures Game, and making the Carolina League All-Star team, he was promoted to the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs.
Sánchez got off to a hot start there, but tired toward the end of the season, creating some concern about his durability.
Sánchez became just the second visiting starter in the past decade to win his big-league debut at Yankee Stadium (fellow Venezuelan Gustavo Chacín of the Toronto Blue Jays, who beat the Yankees in September 2004, is the other).
On July 14, the 22-year-old Sánchez started against and defeated Houston Astros pitcher Roger Clemens, who made his MLB debut when Sánchez was just three months old.
In the following year, he returned to the mound, this time making his debut on American soil with the short-season Single-A Lowell Spinners.