Braves righty Julio Teheran took a tough loss on Sunday after he held the Mets to a pair of runs on three hits and four walks with seven strikeouts through six solid innings.
Spin: It's been an ugly season for Teheran (11-12, 4.52 ERA), but the 26-year-old is in the midst of a strong finish. Over his past seven outings, Teheran has logged 45 innings with a 2.40 ERA and a 42-to-18 K/BB ratio and a 4-2 record. Home runs have been Teheran's Achilles heel all season, but he's surrendered just two round-trippers over the life of this much-improved stretch of starts. His newfound stinginess with home runs makes Teheran a strong play in the final couple of weeks; he will strive to keep the momentum rolling on Sept. 23 when the Braves host the Phillies. (více...)
After adjustments, Teheran finishing strong
(18. 9. 2017, 01:35:01, Official Atlanta Braves)
As Julio Teheran's struggles extended into August, he began focusing on the opportunity to end this season much like he did in 2015, when he concluded a frustrating campaign with an encouraging finish that gave him confidence heading into what proved to be a successful '16 season. (více...)
Julio Teheran yielded two earned runs over six innings Sunday
(17. 9. 2017, 22:49:07, rotoworld.com)
Julio Teheran yielded two earned runs over six innings Sunday in a loss to the Mets. Teheran tallied seven strikeouts, but he walked four and got only one run of support from his offense in Atlanta's eventual 5-1 defeat. [...] (více...)
Teheran looks to keep rolling in finale with Mets
(17. 9. 2017, 04:49:01, Official Atlanta Braves)
Mets right-hander Robert Gsellman aims to bounce back from a tough start as he faces the Braves on Sunday afternoon. Atlanta will counter with a resurgent Julio Teheran in the series finale at SunTrust Park. (více...)
Teheran tosses seven scoreless innings Tuesday
(13. 9. 2017, 04:42:09, mlb.com)
Braves right-hander Julio Teheran won after allowing seven hits and two walks with five strikeouts over seven scoreless innings against the Nationals on Tuesday.
Spin: Teheran was able to keep one of the best offenses in the league off the board for seven strong innings Tuesday to record his first scoreless outing since July 8. The right-hander has allowed just six runs over his last 27 innings (four starts), but it remains difficult to trust him at SunTrust Park, where he has logged a 6.47 ERA over 15 games. Teheran will make his next start Sept. 19 against the Nationals at home, but it is worth noting that he has now thrown 14 scoreless consecutive innings in his last two starts against the club. (více...)