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Brewers' Julio Teheran: Looks good again in loss
Teheran (1-2) took the loss against Cincinnati on Monday, allowing two runs on six hits and one walk while striking out five batters over 6.1 innings.
Teheran couldn't quite match the excellence of rookie hurler Andrew Abbott, who allowed just one hit over six scoreless innings for the Reds. However, the veteran pitched well in his own right, throwing a season-high 6.1 frames and notching his second straight quality start. Though Teheran has lost two of his three starts on the campaign, he's given up just three earned runs over 17.1 innings for a 1.56 ERA. He isn't striking out many batters, pitched in independent ball last season and hasn't posted a season ERA lower than 3.50 in the majors since 2016, so there's reason to be skeptical about his resurgence. That said, Teheran has had major-league success in the past, so there's a chance he could can maintain fantasy relevance even if his numbers eventually fall back closer to his career norms.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Julio Teheran: Blanks Jays over six innings
Teheran evened his record at 1-1 after tossing six innings and allowing one unearned run in Wednesday's 4-2 win over the Blue Jays. He scattered four hits and failed to strike out a batter while issuing no walks.
Three of the hits Teheran allowed went for extra bases, though one was a run-scoring triple off the bat of Kevin Kiermaier, who hit a soft flyball that was badly misplayed by Brewers outfielder Brian Anderson. Though Teheran hasn't pitched as well his 0.82 ERA and 0.82 WHIP through his first two starts with Milwaukee would indicate, he's been able to find the strike zone consistently and has eschewed hard contact for the most part. He's not making many bats miss, however; he's generated a poor 5.6 percent swinging-strike rate across 162 pitches over his two outings.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Julio Teheran: Confirmed for another start
Teheran will start Wednesday's game versus the Blue Jays in Toronto, Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Teheran will pick up a second straight turn through the Milwaukee rotation after he acquitted himself well in his Brewers debut last Thursday, when he struck out five and gave up one run on four hits and one walk over five innings in a losing effort versus the Giants. The right-hander will draw a tougher test Wednesday on the road, but even if his performance dips a bit, Teheran should have some leash in a Milwaukee rotation that's currently without all of Brandon Woodruff (shoulder), Wade Miley (lat), Eric Lauer (shoulder) and Aaron Ashby (shoulder).... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Julio Teheran: No help in Milwaukee debut
Teheran (0-1) allowed a run on four hits and a walk while striking out five over five innings, taking the loss versus the Giants on Thursday.
Teheran didn't pitch in affiliated ball during 2022, instead pitching in the Atlantic and Mexican Leagues. He had an uninspiring 5.63 ERA and 1.67 WHIP over 40 innings with Triple-A El Paso as part of the Padres organization before latching on with the Brewers this week. All things considered, this was a positive debut for Teheran, aside from the lack of run support. He threw 54 of 83 pitches for strikes, showing that he can still handle a starter's workload. With Eric Lauer (shoulder), Wade Miley (lat/rib), Brandon Woodruff (shoulder) and Aaron Ashby (shoulder) all out into June at a minimum, Teheran should be an option for multiple starts going forward. He's lined up for a road start in Toronto next week.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Julio Teheran: Thursday's start confirmed
Teheran has been confirmed as the Brewers' starter Thursday night against the Giants.
Teheran ultimately passed his physical after agreeing to a one-year, $1.5 million major-league contract with Milwaukee earlier this week. He'll jump right into the rotation mix, though expectations should be rather low. The 32-year-old right-hander hasn't pitched in a game at the MLB level since 2021, and he was sporting a rough 5.63 ERA through 40 innings (eight starts) this season with the Triple-A affiliate of the Padres prior to opting out of what was a minor-league pact.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Julio Teheran: Tentatively scheduled for Thursday
Teheran is expected to start for the Brewers on Thursday versus the Giants, barring any issues with his physical Wednesday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Teheran has agreed to terms on a major-league deal with the Brew Crew, but the contract won't be official until he goes through a medical review. Assuming no red flags arise, he'll make his Brewers debut Thursday as a rotation fill-in while the club battles multiple injuries. Teheran last pitched in the majors in 2021 and held a 5.62 ERA and 45:16 K:BB over 40 innings at the Triple-A level this season.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Julio Teheran: Inks majors contract with Brewers
Teheran signed a one-year contract Tuesday with the Brewers, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports.
Teheran was able to score a guaranteed major-league deal after opting out of his minor-league contract with the Padres on Monday. He had an underwhelming 5.63 ERA and 1.68 WHIP through eight starts this season at Triple-A El Paso, but the Brewers are desperate for healthy arms capable of eating innings and the 32-year-old right-hander might get an immediate opportunity to work out of Milwaukee's rotation.... See More ... See Less
Julio Teheran: Opts out of minors deal
Teheran opted out of his minor-league contract with the Padres on Monday, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports.
Teheran re-signed with the Padres after opting out of his minor-league deal earlier this month, but he seems unlikely to do so after exercising an opt-out clause again. The veteran right-hander holds a 5.62 ERA and 45:16 K:BB over 40 innings with Triple-A El Paso.... See More ... See Less
Padres' Julio Teheran: Re-signs with San Diego
Teheran signed a minor-league contract Thursday with the Padres, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Teheran opted out of a previous minor-league agreement with the Padres on Tuesday, but he's back with the organization 48 hours later and could stay right on his normal rotation turn at Triple-A El Paso. The 32-year-old has struggled to a 6.84 ERA, 1.72 WHIP and 29:9 K:BB through 25 innings (five starts) this season in the Pacific Coast League.... See More ... See Less
Julio Teheran: Opts out of deal with San Diego
Teheran was released by the Padres on Tuesday after opting out of his minor-league contract, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports.
Heyman notes the Padres "would like him back," so the 32-year-old right-hander could wind up re-signing with the club after first testing the open market. He had registered a 6.84 ERA, 1.72 WHIP and 29:9 K:BB through 25 innings (five starts) this season with Triple-A El Paso.... See More ... See Less
Padres' Julio Teheran: Moved to minor-league camp
The Padres assigned Teheran to minor-league camp Sunday.
Teheran latched on with San Diego on a minor-league contract last November, and he got into five spring contests, posting a 5.17 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 16:2 K:BB over 15.2 innings. A two-time All-Star with Atlanta, Teheran has pitched only one major-league inning since a disastrous 2020 campaign during which he posted a 10.05 ERA and 1.76 WHIP across 31.1 innings with the Angels. Per AJ Cassavell of MLB.com, the right-hander has a clause in his contract giving him the right to accept another big-league offer, but it appears he'll stick with San Diego and will likely open the season at the Triple-A level.... See More ... See Less
Padres' Julio Teheran: Joins Friars on MiLB deal
Teheran signed a minor-league contract with the Padres on Sunday, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports.
Teheran played in independent ball and the Mexican League last season, and he'll return to the affiliated ranks with San Diego for 2023. He appeared in only one game with the Tigers during 2021 but had a 10.05 ERA across 31.1 innings for the Angels during in the 2020 campaign.... See More ... See Less
Julio Teheran: Rebooting career in Mexico
Teheran agreed to a contract Wednesday with Toros de Tijuana of the Mexican League, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports.
Teheran, who most recently pitched for the Staten Island Ferry Hawks of the independent Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, will head south of the border as he looks to keep his career alive. The 31-year-old last appeared in the majors in 2021 with the Tigers, when he made one start in April before going down with a shoulder injury that sidelined him for the remainder of the season.... See More ... See Less
Julio Teheran: Finds work in Atlantic League
Teheran signed with the Staten Island FerryHawks of the Atlantic League on Thursday.
Teheran took the ball on Opening Day for the FerryHawks and allowed one earned run across four innings to go along with four strikeouts. The longtime major-league starter managed only five innings with Detroit in 2021, as he battled a shoulder injury for much of the campaign. He held several throwing showcases this spring, but apparently that wasn't enough to pique interest from a major-league club. Though a comeback to the majors could in store for Teheran, it is on hold for now.... See More ... See Less
Julio Teheran: Another showcase on tap
Teheran has a throwing showcase for major-league teams scheduled for Thursday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.
Teheran also took part in a throwing showcase over the weekend and now has another one scheduled for Thursday. The 31-year-old went down with a strained shoulder after making one start for Detroit last season, and he struggled in 2020 with a 10.05 ERA over 31.1 innings. Teheran may have to settle for a minor-league deal, even with a strong showing at the showcase.... See More ... See Less
Julio Teheran: Holds throwing showcase
Teheran (shoulder) was one of three MLB veterans who took part Saturday in a throwing showcase in Miami in front of multiple teams, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports.
Along with Teheran, Anibal Sanchez and Erasmo Ramirez took part in the showcase as all three looked to prove to clubs that they're healthy and still capable of contributing in the majors. Sanchez was seemingly the most impressive of the group, as Heyman notes that the 38-year-old received a contract offer 10 minutes after his throwing session before he ultimately landed a minor-league deal with the Nationals on Sunday. Teheran, meanwhile, remains unsigned at the moment and may have to wait for more free-agent pitchers to come off the market before he's extended a contract. After earning a spot in the Tigers' Opening Day rotation last spring, Teheran made only one start before he was diagnosed with a shoulder strain that sidelined him for the rest of the season. He appears to be healthy now, but Teheran may have to prove himself at the Triple-A level before getting another look in the majors.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Julio Teheran: Done for the season
The Tigers shut down Teheran (shoulder) for the 2021 season, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports.
Teheran suffered a shoulder strain in early April after making one start, which was a five-inning, one-run effort against Cleveland on April 3. He'll presumably be ready for the beginning of 2022, although it remains to be seen which club the pending free agent will pitch for next season.... See More ... See Less
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|Birthplace: Cartagena, Colombia|
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