Julio Teheran
SP ATL
7 hours ago

Teheran pitched four innings, allowing six runs, 10 hits and two walks while striking out three Phillies in a no-decision Tuesday.

EDGE Analysis

A rain delay ended the night for both team's starters after four innings, but Teheran was drowning in his worst performance of the year before the storm rolled through. For the first time since July of 2014, Teheran allowed 10-plus hits over four or fewer innings. The six earned runs tied a season high for Teheran, although he had pitched six-plus innings in the two other six-run outings. Lucky for him, the Braves rallied to keep the 25-year-old out of the loss column. He's slated to start the season finale Sunday against Detroit.

Julio Teheran
SP ATL
3 days ago

Teheran's next start has been pushed back after Sunday's game against the Marlins was cancelled following the tragic death of Miami ace Jose Fernandez.

EDGE Analysis

Fernandez, one of the game's top young starters, was one of three people found dead in a boating accident off Miami Beach early Sunday. Given what the 24-year-old meant to the Miami organization and the sport of baseball, Major League Baseball determined it wouldn't be appropriate to expect the Marlins to play. The Braves will open up a series with the Phillies on Tuesday, so look for Teheran to get back on the mound for the start in that game.

Julio Teheran
SP ATL
1 week ago

Teheran (6-10) threw seven innings of one-run ball Tuesday against the Mets, allowing five hits and one walk while striking out one and earning the win.

EDGE Analysis

Teheran pitched more to contact to his benefit on Tuesday, striking out just one batter in a start for the first time all season. He's has been one of the league's unluckiest pitchers, entering the game with a 5-10 record despite a 3.18 ERA and 1.04 WHIP. It was a nice bounce-back start for the young Atlanta right-hander after giving up five runs his last time out against the Marlins. He'll look to earn his first winning streak of the year when he gets another crack at the Marlins on Sunday.

Julio Teheran
SP ATL
2 weeks ago

Teheran (5-10) pitched 6.1 innings, allowing five runs on six hits and one walk while striking out five Marlins in Wednesday's loss.

EDGE Analysis

For the second straight start, Teheran faced little adversity through his first five innings. The right-hander surrendered an RBI single to Martin Prado in the first before he quickly shook off the early damage to retire 13 of the next 15 batters. But like in his start against the Mets on Friday, Teheran struggled in the sixth, giving up two hits and plunking a batter before being chased by Marcell Ozuna's homer. After surrendering six runs in the sixth inning across his past two outings, Teheran's sixth-inning ERA sits at 5.49.

Julio Teheran
SP ATL
3 weeks ago

Teheran allowed two runs on four hits over six innings Friday. He walked two batters and hit another and did not factor into the decision.

EDGE Analysis

Teheran had the Mets shut down completely until giving up a two-run homer to Curtis Granderson in the sixth inning. He's beginning to find a late-season groove, having allowed just four runs over 19 innings in his last three starts and lowering his ERA and WHIP on the season to 3.01 and 1.03, respectively. He'll square off against Jose Fernandez and the Marlins in his next start September 14.

Julio Teheran
SP ATL
3 weeks ago

Teheran (5-9) blanked the Phillies for six innings in Sunday's win, giving up five hits and two walks while striking out seven.

EDGE Analysis

He's been feasting on the dregs of the NL recently, posting a 15:2 K:BB over 13 innings while winning his last two starts against the Padres and Phillies, but they all count just the same. Teheran could face a little stiffer competition in his next start at home against the Mets on Saturday.

Julio Teheran
SP ATL
1 month ago

Teheran (4-9) tossed seven strong innings, allowing just two runs on six hits while striking out eight and earning just his fourth win of the season against the Padres on Tuesday.

EDGE Analysis

Teheran's lone blemish came in the fifth with the Braves already leading 5-0, when he surrendered a two-run home run to rookie outfielder Orlando Arcia. Teheran has been the victim of terrible run support this season, but the Braves' offense gave him seven runs Tuesday, more than enough. Teheran's 2.92 runs of support per game remain easily the lowest in the majors among qualifying pitchers. Yet Teheran's peripherals remain stellar, with a 3.12 ERA, 1.02 WHIP, and 4.25 K:BB ratio. His coughed up nine earned runs on 21 hits in his previous two starts after returning from a DL-stint, so it would seem Teheran is back on track going into the final month of the season.

Julio Teheran
SP ATL
1 month ago

Teheran gave up six runs on 11 hits in a road loss to Arizona on Wednesday, although he avoided the decision. He struck out four without a walk.

EDGE Analysis

The Braves mounted a late offensive surge to get Teheran off the hook, only to lose anyway an 11th-inning walkoff. The Braves' ace has allowed nine runs on 17 hits in 11 frames spanning two starts since he returned from a back injury, but he's faced a couple tough offenses in the Nats and D-backs. The Padres should provide Teheran with an easier mark when he next takes the mound Tuesday.

Julio Teheran
SP ATL
1 month ago

The Braves activated Teheran (back) from the disabled list Friday.

EDGE Analysis

Teheran is ready to return to action after missing nearly three weeks while recovering from a mild lat strain. Teheran posted just a 4.08 ERA in July, but he still sits with a 2.81 mark -- and also a 0.97 WHIP -- for the season. He will jump right into the Braves' rotation and take the ball Friday night against the Nationals.

Julio Teheran
SP ATL
1 month ago

Teheran (back) will be activated from the disabled list to start against the Nationals.

EDGE Analysis

This was the plan for Teheran, and now it's become official, missing nearly the minimum amount of time prior to returning. Teheran has been the true ace of the Braves' staff this season, and will look to pick up where he left off prior to hitting the disabled list, having allowed just three runs over 16.0 innings in his last three starts.