Teheran didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 4-3 win over the Nationals, giving up one run on four hits over 5.2 innings while striking out five.
After tossing five scoreless innings, the right-hander hit the showers after only 83 pitches (57 strikes) when he ran into trouble in the sixth, but Teheran was still in line for his sixth win of the year until Luke Jackson blew the save in the ninth. Teheran will take a 3.61 ERA and 102:52 K:BB through 112.1 innings into his next start Wednesday, at home against the Royals.
Teheran, who was initially listed as the probable starter for Thursday's series opener against the Nationals, is now expected to start Friday, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.
Kyle Wright was scratched from his scheduled turn at Triple-A Gwinnett on Wednesday and is expected to enter the big-league rotation Thursday, replacing the injured Max Fried (finger). The addition of Wright will result in both Teheran and Mike Soroka being pushed back a day, but since they'll both be facing the same team, the change shouldn't have much impact on either pitcher's fantasy outlook in weekly leagues.
Teheran allowed three runs (two earned) on three hits and walk over six innings. He struck out six and did not factor into the decision in Saturday's 7-5 win over the Padres.
Teheran allowed two homers -- to Manny Machado and Francisco Mejia -- in the start, but otherwise bottled up the Padres' offense effectively. The 28-year-old has a 3.71 ERA and 1.32 WHIP with a 97:52 K:BB in 106.2 innings this season. He owns a 5-6 record heading into his next start, facing the Nationals on Thursday.
Teheran didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 1-0 win over the Marlins, giving up five hits and two walks over six scoreless innings while striking out six.
The right-hander didn't allow a baserunner past second base until his final inning of work and certainly pitched well enough to earn his sixth win, but unfortunately for Teheran, Miami rookie Jordan Yamamoto was posting goose eggs as well. Teheran will take a 3.75 ERA and 91:51 K:BB through 100.2 innings into the All-Star break.
Teheran gave up two runs on five hits and three walks while striking out four through 3.1 innings in a no-decision against the Mets on Saturday.
Teheran was spotted a 3-0 lead but gave up a solo homer to Dominic Smith in the third inning after a 70-minute rain delay. He then permitted another run in the fourth on an RBI double by Jeff McNeil before he was removed after 84 pitches. The right-hander has struggled in his last three starts, allowing 15 earned runs in 11.1 innings, raising his ERA to 3.99 from 2.92. Teheran will try to turn it around in his next start Friday at home against the Marlins.
Teheran (5-6) gave up seven runs on nine hits and three walks while striking out two through four innings to take the loss against the Cubs on Monday.
Teheran gave up two runs through four innings before allowing all six of the batters he faced to reach base in a disastrous fifth inning. The right-hander has allowed 13 earned runs with a 5:6 K:BB in his last two starts. Teheran has a 5-6 record with a 3.94 ERA through 17 outings this season. Teheran will try to turn it around in his next start Saturday against the Mets at Citi Field.
Teheran (5-5) allowed six earned runs on eight hits and three walks while striking out three across four innings to take the loss Tuesday against the Mets.
Teheran got through the first two innings without allowing a run but allowed six baserunners and four earned runs in the third inning. The trouble continued in the fourth frame when he surrendered a two-run homer to Pete Alonso, though he was able to close out the inning. Teheran hadn't allowed multiple earned runs in any of his last eight starts entering Tuesday's contest, so for now, this disappointing effort should be considered just an isolated poor start. He now has a 3.40 ERA and 1.26 WHIP across 87.1 innings and will look to bounce back in his next start in a tough matchup at the Cubs.
Teheran (5-4) allowed two runs (one earned) on three hits with two strikeouts and three walks across six innings to earn a victory against the Pirates on Thursday.
He trailed through four frames, but the Braves offense exploded in the fifth for five runs, which the bullpen barely let hold up for Teheran to capture the win. Teheran snapped his scoreless innings streak, but he is still 3-0 with a 0.81 ERA over his last eight outings. This hot streak has improved his numbers to 5-4, 2.92 ERA, .197 batting average against, 1.19 WHIP and 76 strikeouts in 83.1 innings. Teheran will next pitch against the Mets at home Tuesday.
Teheran (4-4) pitched six shutout frames, allowing only two hits with five strikeouts and one walk to earn a victory against the Marlins on Saturday.
The right-hander also didn't allow a run in his last outing, so he's on an 11-inning scoreless streak. Teheran has been one of the best starters in the big leagues since May 5, yielding only three runs in his last seven outings. During that stretch, Teheran owns an incredible 0.70 ERA. Overall, he is 4-4 with a 3.03 ERA, 1.20 WHIP, .200 batting average against and 74 strikeouts in 77.1 innings this year. He will pitch again against the Pirates at home Thursday.
Teheran pitched five shutout innings, allowing four hits and three walks while striking out six, but settled for a no-decision against the Tigers on Sunday.
For the third straight outing, Teheran gave up one or zero earned runs but didn't pitch past the sixth and as a result, he had to settle for a no-decision. Since the beginning of May, Teheran owns a 0.83 ERA, but he is just 1-0 because of short outings and poor run support. Still, owners have to love that Teheran has rebounded from his below-average April. He is 3-4 with a 3.28 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 69 strikeouts in 71.1 innings this season. Teheran lines up to make his next start Saturday at the Marlins.
Teheran received a no-decision in St. Louis on Sunday, throwing five innings and giving up three runs (one earned) on two hits and four walks while striking out one.
The outing was a mixed bag for Teheran -- he gave up only two hits and would have limited the Cardinals to a single run if not for a dropped line drive in left field by Austin Riley, but he labored by throwing 98 pitches in five innings and issued four free passes. He also established a season-low by striking out only one batter. Still, Teheran extended his streak of giving up one earned run or less to five consecutive starts and lowered his season ERA to a healthy 3.53 despite a dangerous 4.5 BB/9. He'll have a home matchup with Detroit on Sunday in his next scheduled start.
Teheran didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Giants, allowing one run on three hits and three walks over 5.2 innings while striking out six.
The right-hander got the hook one out shy of a quality start after throwing 94 pitches (57 strikes), then had to watch his fourth win of the year slip away when Luke Jackson blew the save in the ninth. Teheran will take a 3.67 ERA and 62:29 K:BB through 61.1 innings into his next outing Sunday in St. Louis.
Teheran (3-4) picked up the win against the Cardinals on Thursday, giving up no runs on two hits over five innings, striking out four and walking four as the Braves bagged a 10-2 victory.
He didn't work deep into the game, as he issued four free passes and needed 104 pitches to make it through five innings, but Teheran turned in a solid line while cruising to the victory as the Braves provided him with plenty of run support. The right-hander now sports a 3.88 ERA and a 1.28 WHIP to go along with a 56:26 K:BB over 55.2 innings.
Teheran allowed one run on three hits and two walks while striking out four over six innings in a no-decision against the Diamondbacks on Friday.
With just one run allowed in his last two starts (12 innings), Teheran has brought his ERA for the season down more than a full run to 4.26. He has quality starts in three of his last four outings, and each of those quality starts came on the road, which is a good sign after his early season struggles away from SunTrust Park. Teheran lines up for a home start against the Cardinals next before a road two step the week of May 20.
Teheran allowed no runs on two hits with four strikeouts and two walks across six innings in a no-decision against the Marlins on Sunday.
The 28-year-old threw an absolute dandy, but so did his counterpart, Pablo Lopez, and neither starter left victorious in this pitcher's duel. Despite the no-decision, Teheran really needed this kind of start, though, as he had yielded 12 runs in 17.2 innings across three starts prior to Sunday. He is 2-4 with a 4.63 ERA, 1.34 WHIP and 48 strikeouts in 44.2 innings this year. Teheran will make his next start against the Diamondbacks on the road Friday.
Teheran (2-4) allowed four earned runs on five hits and one walk while striking out eight across seven innings to take the loss Tuesday against the Padres.
Teheran was taken deep three times -- all solo shots -- to account for three of the four earned runs he surrendered. However, he did continue to produce strikeouts, and he now has at least six punchouts in seven of his eight starts this season. Despite the K's, he has a bloated 5.35 ERA and 1.45 WHIP across 38.2 innings thanks to allowing 4.2 BB/9 and 1.9 HR/9. He will look to get right against the Marlins in Miami on Sunday.
Teheran (2-3) allowed three earned runs on five hits and three walks while striking out seven across six innings to take the loss Thursday against the Reds.
Teheran got through the Reds' order with little trouble the first time around but allowed multiple baserunners in two of his last four innings. He also continued to struggle with his control, finding the zone on only 53 of his 93 pitches and has now walked 17 batters in 31.2 innings for the campaign. That said, his 5.40 ERA and 1.58 WHIP to begin the season aren't particularly surprising.
Teheran (2-2) took the loss in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader, surrendering five runs on seven hits and four walks over 4.2 innings while striking out six as Atlanta fell 8-4 to Cleveland.
The right-hander danced in and out of trouble through the first four innings, but all the baserunners caught up to him in the fifth. Teheran will take a 5.61 ERA and 29:14 K:BB through 25.2 innings into his next start, which currently lines up for Thursday in Cincinnati.
Teheran (2-1) yielded one run on six hits and two walks across six innings, taking the win over the Mets. He struck out six batters and allowed a homer.
Teheran was terrific Sunday, with J.D. Davis' second-inning homer marking the only run he allowed. The 28-year old righty lowered his ERA to 4.71 in 21 innings alongside a 23:10 K:BB. Teheran has won two consecutive starts for the first time since early May of last season. He'll look to make it three straight on Saturday at Cleveland.
Teheran (1-1) yielded six runs on five hits and three walks in five innings during Monday's win over Colorado. He earned the victory, struck out three batters and gave up two homers.
Teheran actually carried a no-hitter into the fifth frame where he would allow all six runs, including long balls from Mark Reynolds and Trevor Story. The right-hander avoided falling to 0-2 with the Braves' offense also putting on a show at Coors Field and carrying him to the win column. He'll take a 6.00 ERA into Saturday's contest against the Mets.
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