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.
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.