Julio Teheran RUMORS & NEWS

  • Braves, Teheran agree to six-year deal

    Fox Sports South "The Atlanta Braves' multi-year extension spree went one step further on Friday morning, as the team announced its six-year deal with 23-year-old starting pitcher Julio Teheran. The contract runs through the 2019 season and includes an option for the 2020 campaign. The deal is worth $32.4..." February 15

  • The Braves interested in extensions for Andrelton Simmons, Julio Teheran

    Hardball Talk "They locked up Freddie Freeman for eight years and Jason Heyward for two. Now the Braves are looking at some of their other young guys. Seems smart for a team that isn’t going to be a big free agent player and — if you believe them — will be able to spend more on salaries once they move into..." February 06

  • J. Upton powers Braves, Teheran to 6-4 win at Miami

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "He was the best power hitter in the majors in the first three weeks of the season, but the Braves’ Justin Upton had been a shell of his former self for two-and-a-half months since. The past two nights in Miami, he served notice. The power stroke was dormant, not dead. Upton hit two doubles..." July 10

  • Teheran flirts with no-no as Braves cap sweep of Pirates with shutout

    CBSSports.com "Julio Teheran held Pittsburgh without a hit for 7 2/3 innings before settling for a combined one-hit shutout, and the Atlanta Braves beat the Pirates 5-0 on Wednesday. Tehran (4-2) gave up one hit with two walks and set a career high with 11 strikeouts in eight innings in the Braves' fifth..." June 06

  • Braves’ Teheran keeps rolling with 5 hitless innings

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "He left without saying anything, but Julio Teheran’s performance said plenty. The Braves right-hander pitched five hitless, scoreless innings against the Cardinals in a 12-3 win Tuesday at Champion Stadium, reducing his Grapefruit League ERA to 1.29 and solidifying his hold on the fifth-starter..." March 13

  • Could Julio Teheran be more than a 5th starter?

    Talking Chop "Julio Teheran would've had to pitch terribly this spring to miss out on a spot in the Braves' rotation. And even if he didn't have that great of a showing, he still probably would've been penciled in as the club's fifth starter. After another fine performance on Thursday night against a..." March 08