Pretty impressive stuff:
Records and awards:
Georgia Tech records:
Most career games played (253)
Most career runs scored (261)
Most career base hits (351)
Most career doubles (82)
College awards and achievements:
His number 33 is only the second number ever retired by Georgia Tech; the first was #44, worn by Coach Jim Luck
Baseball America's 1993 player of the year
Named by Baseball America to "All-Time College All-Star Team"
1994 Golden Spikes Award
1994 Rotary Smith Award
1994 Dick Howser Trophy
Three time consensus All-American (1992, '93, '94) 
Inducted into Georgia Tech Hall of Fame
1994 College World Series runner-up
1993 Wampum Willy Award
Three time All-Star (2003, 2005 and 2008), one time starter (2005)
2005 Silver Slugger Award winner
2005 Gold Glove winner
2006 Heart and Hustle Award
Has caught four no hitters, an MLB record
Red Sox milestones and achievements:
Became 26th player to hit 100 home runs for club on April 14, 2005
Third Red Sox catcher to win a Gold Glove (Carlton Fisk and Tony Pena)
First Red Sox at any position to win Gold Glove since Tony Pena in 1991
Was on the 2004 World Series team, the first Red Sox team to win the championship in 86 years
1,488 games caught – most in 106-year Red Sox history – breaking Carlton Fisk's club record of 990 on July 18, 2006 vs. Kansas City
Has caught a Major League record four official no-hitters
Hideo Nomo: April 4, 2001 vs Baltimore
Derek Lowe: April 27, 2002 vs Tampa Bay
Clay Buchholz: September 1, 2007 vs Baltimore (Clay's No-Hitter was his second Major League start)
Jon Lester: May 19, 2008 vs Kansas City
Does not count the five-inning, rain-shortened no-hit game by Devern Hansack in 2006 (which is not considered an offical no-hitter).
Most postseason home runs for a catcher (11). - I like this one the best
Only one of six catchers to have at least two triples in the playoffs.
Has played in more postseason games than any other Red Sox player in team history.
Most opening-day starts for a Red Sox catcher.
And a pretty good citizen!
You must be careful how you walk and where you go, for there are those following you who will set their feet where yours are set.
- Robert E. Lee
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