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Before their game against the Philadelphia Phillies on September 30, the Marlins presented Sanchez with the pitching rubber and home plate used in his no-hitter.
The Miami-Dade County Office of the Mayor and Board of County Commissioners officially named September 30, 2006, Anibal Sanchez Day.
He walked four batters and struck out six, throwing 103 pitches.
He had a solid outing and pitched 5⅔ innings while giving up two runs on six hits and striking out four.
Sanchez became just the second visiting starter in the past decade to win his big-league debut at Yankee Stadium (fellow Venezuelan Gustavo Chacin of the Toronto Blue Jays, who beat the Yankees in September 2004, is the other).
On July 14, the 22-year-old Sanchez started against and defeated Houston Astros pitcher Roger Clemens, who made his MLB debut when Sanchez 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.
In 15 starts, Sanchez posted a 3–4 record with a 1.77 earned run average (ERA), and by the end of the year was widely considered one of Boston's top pitching prospects.
After the 2004 season, Baseball America named Sanchez Boston's fifth-best prospect, behind shortstop Hanley Ramirez, outfielder Brandon Moss, and pitchers Jonathan Papelbon and Jon Lester.