Teheran didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's game against the Dodgers, tossing one inning and allowing three runs on two hits and two walks while fanning three.
The Angels had already indicated Teheran would be working out of the bullpen in the final games of the season, but he received another chance to start after scheduled starter Dylan Bundy (finger) was a late scratch. As has been the trend all season long, Teheran didn't take advantage of the chance and delivered another woeful performance. The Colombian ends the season with a career-worst 10.05 ERA in 10 games (nine starts) after not posting an ERA above the 4.50 mark in each of the past seven seasons.
Teheran will start Saturday's game against the Dodgers, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
The team indicated earlier in the week that the veteran right-hander had already made his final start of the season and would work out of the bullpen this weekend, but scheduled starter Dylan Bundy (finger) was a late scratch. Teheran hasn't found much success this season with a 9.49 ERA, 1.68 WHIP and 17:14 K:BB over 30.1 innings, but he'll look to finish strong in a tough matchup versus the Dodgers.
Teheran will not make another start this season but will be available out of the bullpen for the Angels' final few games, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.
The Angels' off day Thursday means they won't need all of their starters to make one final start. Teheran certainly makes sense as the man to skip, as he owns a very disappointing 9.49 ERA and a 1.68 WHIP in 30.1 innings this season. He was already a very unexciting fantasy option as a starter given his struggles, and he's considerably less interesting as a long reliever.
Teheran (0-4) took the loss Sunday against the Rangers, allowing three runs on two hits and two walks in one-plus innings pitched. He did not record a strikeout.
The right-hander's outing got off to a rough start, with Joey Gallo taking him deep for a two-run homer in the first inning. He went out for the second but was pulled after allowing another long ball to Anderson Tejeda and a walk to Derek Dietrich. Teheran's ERA has jumped all the way up to 9.49 after allowing seven earned runs across just three innings during his last two starts. He is scheduled to make his final start of the year Saturday against the Dodgers.
Teheran allowed four runs on three hits and one walk in two innings against Arizona on Tuesday. He did not factor in the decision.
The veteran didn't give up an exorbitant number of hits, but the three he did yield all left the yard. It was the first time this season that Teheran has allowed three homers in a game, though his 3.07 HR/9 indicates a serious problem with the long ball overall. After a promising appearance against San Diego on Sept. 2, the right-hander has allowed nine earned runs over 6.2 innings across his past two starts. He'll carry an unsightly 8.90 ERA into his next start, currently slated for Sunday at home against Texas.
Teheran (0-3) allowed five earned runs on six hits and one walk while striking out four across 4.2 innings to take the loss Wednesday against the Rangers.
Teheran allowed just one earned run through four innings but imploded in his final frame. After getting the first out, he allowed four consecutive batters to reach base. The Angels bullpen also didn't help Teheran's cause, as he exited with runners on first and second, both of whom were allowed to score. Overall, Teheran has a disastrous 8.23 ERA with a 17:11K:BB across 27.1 innings. He'll look to get on track in his next outing, currently projected to come Tuesday against Arizona.
Teheran is slated to start Wednesday's game against the Rangers in Texas.
Teheran was demoted to the bullpen three weeks ago, but he's started in his last two appearances since tossing five innings in long relief Aug. 20. With young starters Jose Suarez and Patrick Sandoval having faltered in their recent outings with the Angels, Teheran looks like he'll hold down a rotation spot for the time being. Over his six outings this season, Teheran has posted a 7.94 ERA, 1.59 WHIP and 13:10 K:BB in 22.2 innings.
Teheran didn't factor into the decision in Wednesday's game between the Angels and the Padres. He allowed two runs on three hits and three walks while fanning two across five innings.
Teheran matched his season-high mark for innings and his season-low mark for runs allowed so, based on what he's done in 2020, this was a positive start for the former Braves hurler. That said, he has posted a 7.94 ERA and 1.59 WHIP in 22.2 innings this season -- both figures would be career-worst marks for him -- and still has a long way to go before he can be considered a trustworthy starting candidate in mixed leagues.
Teheran will return to the rotation to start Wednesday's game against the Padres, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
Teheran was demoted to the bullpen after starting the year with four poor starts, and he didn't look a whole lot better in his lone relief appearance, giving up three runs in 4.2 innings against the Astros. With a 9.17 ERA and a 7.66 FIP on the season, expectations should probably be low for the righty against a strong Padres lineup.
Teheran pitched 4.2 innings in the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader against Houston, allowing three runs on four hits and no walks while striking out three. He did not factor in the decision.
Teheran was recently demoted to the bullpen, but he was called upon to make a spot start in Game 2 of the twin bill. The right-hander appeared to have his first victory of the year locked up after the Angels staked him to a 6-0 lead through the top half of the fifth inning, but the Astros responded with three runs off him in the bottom of the frame. That resulted in the decision to pull Teheran from the contest only one out shy of qualifying for the win. It remains to be seen whether Teheran will rejoin the rotation at any point this season, though he should be a top candidate for another spot start if the need arises.
Teheran will start Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Astros, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.
Teheran tossed five innings out of the bullpen during Thursday's matchup with the Giants, so he's stretched out to hurl multiple innings Tuesday. Through 13 innings this season, he owns an ugly 10.38 ERA and 2.00 WHIP with an 8:7 K:BB.
Teheran threw five innings in relief against the Giants on Thursday, allowing four runs on six hits and two walks while striking out two. He did not factor in the decision.
A day after it was announced that Teheran would be moved to the bullpen, the right-hander was called upon in long relief after starter Jose Suarez failed to get out of the second inning. Ironically, Teheran's outing was not only his longest of the season in terms of innings (five) and pitches (78), it was also longer than any Angels' starter has gone in the last five games. The right-hander wasn't exactly dominant in the performance, but he did succeed in eating up innings to help spell a taxed Los Angeles bullpen. It remains to be seen how Teheran will be used the remainder of the season, but it stands to reason that he could re-enter the rotation at some point given the team's lack of starting pitching depth.
Manager Joe Maddon announced Wednesday that Teheran will move to the bullpen, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.
The writing was on the wall as the veteran right-hander wasn't listed as the probable starter for his next turn through the rotation, and Maddon made it official before Wednesday's game. Teheran had a late start to the season after missing much of summer camp due to COVID-19, and he posted a 12.38 ERA and 2.25 WHIP in three starts (eight innings). The team hasn't indicated who is expected to take his spot in the starting rotation.
Teheran isn't scheduled to start any of the Angels' next five games, Eric Stephen of SBNation.com reports.
The veteran right-hander lined up to start Friday in Oakland after surrendering four runs over 3.1 innings to the Dodgers last Sunday, but he's not listed as a probable starter for the weekend series against the A's. Teheran missed most of summer camp after testing positive for COVID-19, and through his first three starts he's covered only eight innings and has a 12.38 ERA and 2.25 WHIP. It remains unclear when he'll next take the mound for the Halos.
Teheran (0-2) gave up four runs on six hits and a walk while striking out three in 3.1 innings in a loss to the Dodgers on Sunday.
Keibert Ruiz and Max Muncy took Teheran deep in the third inning, and the right-hander was replaced by Matt Andriese early in the fourth. Sunday was the first time Teheran has worked into the fourth inning. He tossed 60 pitches (36 strikes) in the appearance. Teheran has a 12.38 ERA, 2.25 WHIP and six strikeouts in eight innings this year. He'll try to chip away at those crooked numbers Friday in Oakland.
Teheran will continue starting every fifth game for the Angels moving forward, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.
Angels manager Joe Maddon said Monday that Teheran wasn't quite up to speed after returning from a bout with COVID-19, but a day later the skipper dismissed the notion that Teheran's schedule or role could be adjusted. "I have a lot of faith in him as a professional," Maddon said. "I've seen him. This guy really competes, and he really cares. I believe he'll get together with Mickey (Callaway) and figure some things out. This is a high-end guy right here, so let's stay with it." Teheran has struggled in his two starts this season, allowing seven runs on seven hits and four walks through 4.2 innings.
Teheran (0-1) didn't factor into the decision in Monday's contest between the Angels and the Athletics. He gave up five runs on five hits -- including two home runs -- and two walks while fanning one in just two innings.
Teheran has been struggling so far, giving up seven earned runs in just 4.2 innings across his first two outings of the campaign. He will try to bounce back in his next scheduled start, although it won't be an easy matchup since he will face the Dodgers at home Aug. 16.
Teheran (0-1) was tagged with the loss Wednesday against the Mariners. He allowed two runs on two hits and two walks while fanning two across 2.2 innings.
Teheran was built up to around 60 pitches and tossed 52 (33 strikes), so he was unlikely to go deep into the game regardless of how good he could have looked on the mound. He will try to deliver a better showing in his upcoming start, scheduled for Aug. 10 at home against the Athletics.
Teheran (not injury related) was activated off the injured list ahead of his start Wednesday at Seattle.
The 29-year-old missed most of summer camp and the beginning of the regular season after contracting COVID-19, but he's set to make his 2020 debut Wednesday. According to Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com, Teheran is built up to about 60 pitches, so he's unlikely to go much beyond four innings. The veteran right-hander had a 3.81 ERA, 1.32 WHIP and 162:83 K:BB over 174.2 innings with Atlanta last season.
Teheran (not injury related) will start against the Mariners on Wednesday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.
Teheran missed most of summer camp and the start of the regular season after a bout with COVID-19, but he has apparently built up enough to be ready to take the mound Wednesday. The start will mark Teheran's debut with the Angels after nine seasons with Atlanta, though he isn't likely to be ready to take on a full starter's workload. Teheran registered a 3.81 ERA and 1.32 WHIP over 174.2 innings with the Braves last season.
|Last 7 Games|
|09/26||@ LAD||L 6-7||0||0||0||1.0||2||3||2||3|
|09/20||vs TEX||L 2-7||0||1||0||1.0||2||3||2||0|
|09/15||vs ARI||L 8-9||0||0||0||2.0||3||4||1||0|
|09/09||@ TEX||L 3-7||0||1||0||4.2||6||5||1||4|
|09/02||vs SD||L 4-11||0||0||0||5.0||3||2||3||2|
|08/25||@ HOU||W 12-5||0||0||0||4.2||4||3||0||3|
|08/20||@ SF||L 5-10||0||0||0||5.0||6||4||2||2|
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|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2010||AFA-Myrtle Beach Pelican||63.0||10||10||0||4||4||0||76||13||56||3.00||1.095|