Unfortunately, his win total is staying low, too.
The 19-year-old from Colombia pitched well enough for a victory again Wednesday night, but instead came away with a no-decision when the Braves suffered a 3-2 loss to Savannah in 10 innings.
The defeat came in the opener of a quick, four-game road trip for the last-place Braves.
Teheran worked six innings, allowing two runs on six hits with one walk and two strikeouts. He has compiled a tiny 1.14 ERA in his seven starts this season, but has only a 2-2 record to show for it.
Rome reliever Robinson Lopez took the loss, when he surrendered the game-winning hit to Savannah’s Nicholas Santomauro with no outs in the 10th.
Rome’s Mycal Jones finished with two hits, including his team-leading third homer of the season.
Christian Bethancourt and Derek Wiley also had two hits each for the Braves, and LV Ware drove in a run.