Julio Teheran SP ATL 21 hours ago

Teheran was scheduled to start Saturday's matchup against the Cubs, but the game has been rained out. Teheran's start will be pushed back to Sunday, Kevin McAlpin of 680 The Fan reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Teheran will simply be pushed back a day, while the Braves are yet to announce who will take the hill for Monday's series-opener against the Mets. Last time out, Teheran allowed six hits and one earned run, to go with eight strikeouts, in 7.0 innings against the Red Sox.

Julio Teheran SP ATL 5 days ago

Teheran (0-3) was a tough-luck loser Monday, allowing just one run in seven innings against the Red Sox. He allowed six hits, walked three, and struck out eight.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Teheran is starting to put it together after a slow start to the season, allowing just three runs over his last two starts. The righty pitched much better after the All-Star break than he did before in 2015, which could be a sign of things to come this season. Teheran will look to continue to lower his 4.60 ERA in his next start this Saturday against the Cubs.

Julio Teheran SP ATL 1 week ago

Teheran allowed two runs over 5.1 innings Wednesday in a no-decision against the Dodgers. He struck out three without a walk while allowing six hits.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Although not amazing, this outing certainly represents some progress for Teheran after he got touched up for 11 runs in his last two outings. Walks and long balls have been his bugaboo this year, and he was able to avoid both in this one. However, he was pulled after just 75 pitches, likely because of the illness that got his start pushed back to Wednesday in the first place. He'll look to go deeper in his next start, Monday against Boston.

Julio Teheran SP ATL 2 weeks ago

Teheran (illness) has been confirmed as Wednesday's starter against the Dodgers, David O'Brien of the AJC reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Teheran was slated to get the start Tuesday, but a fever that developed Monday evening caused the Braves to push his start back by one day. He will be taking the hill Wednesday against Ross Stripling and the Dodgers in the second game of their series. Teheran has allowed 10 earned runs in his last two starts and he's been susceptible to giving up the long ball this season. Fortunately, the Dodgers rank in the bottom five in all of baseball in that category with just eight combined home runs on the year.

Julio Teheran SP ATL 2 weeks ago

Teheran is feeling better (illness) and is projected to start Wednesday, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

The right-hander missed his scheduled start Tuesday because of a fever. He was still congested, but no longer had a temperature and played catch before Tuesday's game. Teheran will be searching for his first victory of the season Wednesday. He allowed six runs on six hits in seven innings versus Washington in his last outing.

Julio Teheran SP ATL 2 weeks ago

Teheran had Tuesday's scheduled start pushed back due to illness, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Teheran developed a fever Monday night which led to the Braves moving his start back. He should be considered day-to-day for now and could have Wednesday's start pushed back if he isn't fully healthy yet.

Julio Teheran SP ATL 2 weeks ago

Teheran's next scheduled start will be pushed back to Wednesday against the Dodgers, Eric Stephen of True Blue LA reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Teheran was originally expected to toe the rubber Tuesday, but he'll switch spots with Williams Perez. The reason behind the late change remains unclear -- though the fact that Teheran is still scheduled to go Wednesday indicates there's nothing wrong with the pitcher -- but he'll draw the same matchup he was initially slated to face in the Dodgers.

Julio Teheran SP ATL 2 weeks ago

Teheran (0-2) was tagged for six runs on six hits over seven innings in Thursday's loss to Washington. He struck out six and walked one.

Competitive Edge Analysis

After putting too many men on base in his first two starts of the year, Teheran mostly limited the baserunners in this one, but was punished harshly when he did put them on because he had the misfortune to load the bases for Bryce Harper, who promptly hit the ball out of the park. That was one of two homers the righty allowed in this one, making four total in his first three starts. Once one of the game's most promising young pitchers, Teheran's become overly vulnerable to walks and homers, meaning fantasy owners should pick their spots with him.

Julio Teheran SP ATL 3 weeks ago

Teheran (0-1) lasted just four innings in Saturday's loss to the Cardinals, allowing five runs (four earned), six hits and four walks while striking out six.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Teheran's second outing of 2016 didn't quite go as well as the first. It became obvious in the opening frame, when he barely escaped a bases-loaded jam, Teheran was in for a long night. He struggled to throw strikes and got little help from his defense. The truth is that Teheran pitches for one of the worst all-around teams in baseball, and owners shouldn't expect the 25-year-old to be consistently reliable in any format. Things won't get any easier next time out against Washington, a team that hit .362 with five home runs off him a year ago.

Julio Teheran SP ATL 4 weeks ago

Teheran looked strong in his Opening Day start, allowing two runs in six innings of work in a no-decision.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Teheran was in line for the win before Jason Grilli blew the save in the ninth. After a down year in 2015, Teheran is off to a better start in 2016. He next takes the hill against the Cardinals on Saturday.