Five no-hit innings for Teheran today

Safe to assume he’s won the fifth starter’s job. For the spring Teheran has allowed two runs and four hits in 14 IP with 18 K’s and 4 BB.

Meanwhile, Evan Gattis doubled twice today vs. the Cards, driving in 3. He’s hitting .464 with a .857 slugging percentage this spring — though I still think he should be sent to Gwinnett. He needs to develop as a catcher, not scrap for AB’s on the Braves bench.

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3 Comments on Five no-hit innings for Teheran today

  1. If Teheran comes close to pitching like this during the regular season, we might just be able to beat out the Nats for the division title.

  2. pepefreeus // March 12, 2013 at 5:59 pm //

    He’s going to be a star and make a lot of people who gave up on him look very, very foolish.

  3. Greenville Braves // March 12, 2013 at 11:02 pm //

    Saw Teheran pitch in Durham early last season. He got knocked around pretty good, but it was clear they were having him mix a lot of different pitches. While he was all over the place, he looked poised and powerful, and it’s clear he’s now found his groove. He’s going to be fun to watch in Atlanta.

    The Braves farm system deserves some serious respect.

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