Fricke: What you saw Monday was 'Goodbye Julio Teheran'

Wendy Adams
October 09, 2018 - 11:20 am

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The Atlanta Braves season came to an end yesterday, losing to the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-2 in Game 4 of the NLDS.

The Morning Show's John Fricke believes Monday was the last time we'll see pitcher Julio Teheran in a Braves uniform.

"What you saw last night was 'Goodbye Julio Teheran.' My gut, I'm almost certain of it, that he will not be on this team next year."

The Braves didn't use Teheran in the first round series of the MLB postseason until the 7th-inning of Game 4, when the Dodgers were already up 6-2.

Relievers Jonny Venters, Brad Brach, Max Fried and Chad Sobotka all pitched prior to Brian Snitker making the call to bring Teheran in.

"He doens't fit the ballpark for starters," Fricke said continuing to list other reasons Teheran may be on the way out. "You have other young players that are coming up through the pipeline that you want to give a chance to, and I think because they're going to make a run at a big free-agent pitcher."

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