|2013 Season (CBSSports.com)||85.00||5.00||6.00||0.00||4.34||1.33||64.00||30.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Minnesota|| 8.1||1||0|| 1.08||0||1||4|
|vs LHB|| 25.1||0||0|| 4.62||0||6||10|
|vs RHB|| 24.1||0||0|| 3.33||0||3||20|
|05/22/2013||Julio Teheran, SP ATL||Alexi Ogando, SP TEX|
|05/22/2013||Russell Martin, C PIT|
Julio Teheran, SP ATL
Dayan Viciedo, LF CHW
Barry Zito, SP SF
|Gerardo Parra, RF ARI|
Hector Santiago, RP CHW
Rafael Soriano, RP WAS
Brian McCann, C ATL
|05/22/2013||Hunter Pence, RF SF|
Julio Teheran, SP ATL
|Matt Holliday, LF STL|
A.J. Griffin, SP OAK
|Last 10 Games|
|Julio Teheran's gem might not save him|
|by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(5/21/13) Nothing about Julio Teheran's performance this season merits a demotion, whether to the bullpen or the minor leagues. In fact, he has shown improvement just about every time out, most recently with 8 1/3 strong innings against the Twins. But the fact of the matter is that when Brandon Beachy returns, someone has to go.
Who else would it be? Paul Maholm? If his slide continues, his numbers could end up looking worse than Teheran's. But he doesn't have any bullpen experience, and it's not like he's going to the minors. By the time Beachy gets here, the Braves may prefer to move Teheran to the bullpen strictly to limit his innings.
I'm not saying you should drop Teheran in anticipation of Beachy's return. Someone else could go down between now and then, ending the dilemma. But you should prepare for life without him in Fantasy. My guess is it's rapidly approaching.
|Julio Teheran whirls gem against Twins|
|by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com|
(5/20/13) Braves starter Julio Teheran walked his first batter in a long time Monday at home against the Twins. He still managed to pitch into the ninth inning and come away a winner.
Teheran, who had not walked anyone since April 29 against Washington, threw a career-high 123 pitches and left after allowing his only run on a Josh Willingham solo homer in the ninth. He earned the win to improve to 3-1 on the year.
Fans were on their feet as Teheran came off the mound after 8 1/3 innings. He allowed just five hits and struck out four. His ERA is at 3.99. Teheran makes his next start Sunday in New York versus the Mets.
|Julio Teheran's velocity up in May|
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(5/20/13) Braves pitcher Julio Teheran's velocity has jumped from 92.59 mph in April to 93.24 mph in May. He's been much better over his last four starts, two of which have come in May. Teheran has allowed eight earned runs in those starts. He has relied on his four-seam fastball more in May, increasing his usage three percent from April.
Home runs and lack of strikeouts have been Teheran's biggest issues. Although the added velocity hasn't led to more strikeouts, Fantasy owners are probably happy to see Teheran turn things around.
|Julio Teheran worth picking up?|
|by Joe Polito | CBSSports.com|
(5/15/13) Sporting a 2.85 ERA in his last four starts, Braves starting pitcher Julio Teheran could become useful for the 34 percent of leagues he isn’t owned in.
Our Scott White pointed out on Wednesday’s broadcast of Fantasy Baseball Today that while Teheran isn’t exactly racking up the Ks, he has only allowed one walk in those last four starts. Al Melchior said he might pick him up in a two-start week, but added that there isn’t much distinguishing Teheran from other options at SP.
|Julio Teheran suffers first loss|
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
(5/15/13) Braves starting pitcher Julio Teheran turned in a solid performance but was outdueled by opposing starter Patrick Corbin in Tuesday's 2-0 defeat to the Diamondbacks.
Teheran, who made his seventh start of the season, surrendered a two-run single to Didi Gregorius in the third inning for his only damage of the night. The right-hander was charged with two runs and seven hits over six innings of work. He struck out three and did not issue a walk as he suffered his first loss of the season.
Teheran (2-1) has allowed five runs over his last 13 innings. He has struck out six over that span. The 22-year-old is scheduled to make his next start Monday at home against the Twins.
|Entering 2011 and 2012, you couldn't find a pitching prospect better than Julio Teheran. His fastball-changeup combo drew comparisons to Pedro Martinez, and his numbers backed it up. But something went wrong for him last season. In 26 starts at Triple-A Gwinnett, he had a 5.08 ERA and 1.44 WHIP. So now, no one really knows what to make of him. Yeah, the potential for greatness is still there, but at this stage of his career, he shouldn't be moving backward. Some of the blame falls on the Braves organization, which convinced him to change his delivery to reduce the risk of injury. Unfortunately, it also reduced his velocity, resulting in last year's numbers. He's back to his old delivery now, which will hopefully get him back on track as a prospect. Early returns from the Dominican Winter League were certainly encouraging. With Tommy Hanson and Randall Delgado both out of the picture, Teheran has a shot at winning a rotation spot this spring, making him an attractive sleeper in NL-only and deeper mixed leagues. (Updated 1/24/13)|
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|5/24/13||@ NYM||7:10 pm||Jeremy Hefner|
|5/25/13||@ NYM||7:15 pm||Dillon Gee|
|5/26/13||@ NYM||8:05 pm||Shaun Marcum|
|5/27/13||@ TOR||7:07 pm||Mark Buehrle|
|5/28/13||@ TOR||12:37 pm||Brandon Morrow|
|5/29/13||TOR||7:10 pm||Chad Jenkins|
|5/30/13||TOR||7:10 pm||R.A. Dickey|
= probable start