Braves' Julio Teheran: Deals with cramps upon return
Teheran started to cramp up in his right hamstring during the sixth inning of Sunday's outing against the Padres, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.
Teheran, who was working on a no-hitter, was able to finish the inning, but he didn't have much flexibility in his hamstring upon reaching the dugout, and he was lifted from the game following the sixth frame, per Bowman. He'll be listed as day-to-day moving forward, with the extent of the injury currently unknown. Teheran surrendered no runs on three walks while striking out 11 across six no-hit innings prior to leaving the tilt, as he picked up the win and improved his record to 5-4 on the year. His next start would likely come Sunday against the Orioles if he's healthy.
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