Braves' Teheran has no-hit bid through 6 innings vs Mets

Julio Teheran #49 of the Atlanta Braves pitches in the second inning against the New York Mets at Citi Field

Julio Teheran #49 of the Atlanta Braves pitches in the second inning against the New York Mets at Citi Field

The lefty would actually settle in to throw three scoreless innings before running into trouble again in the fifth inning.

Teheran pitched no-hit ball into the seventh for the third time. DeGrom left Wednesday night's game against Atlanta after four innings, one inning after he felt pain during a swing and miss.

NEW YORK (AP) - After a three-game wipeout of the New York Mets, the Atlanta Braves were flying - and not just because they were heading home.

The Braves took over first in the NL East for the first time in 4 years.

"We're going to really home in on him and make sure everything is 100 percent if he's going to make that start on Monday", Mets manager Mickey Callaway said. So I think erred on the side of precaution. "Kind of the spot it was in, I wasn't as anxious", deGrom said. He allowed a solo homer to Ronald Acuna and a two-run shot to Nick Markakis before getting the hook for Matt Harvey.

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"Because of the outcome, the feeling is the same as after the first outing", he said.

Atlanta is coming off three straight 90-loss seasons and four straight years with sub-.500 records. Atlanta is 7-1 since the arrival of Acuna, who is hitting.382. "Seeing them come up here and do their thing, it's pretty fun to be around". Over the course of a three-game series at home, the Mets were not only swept, but they were outscored 21-2 by the division rivals. Cabrera doubled on a curveball with a 1-2 count. Michael Conforto then walked and Adrian Gonzalez had an infield that loaded the bases, but Amed Rosario popped up.

The 27-year-old right-hander retired his first 11 batters, walked Yoenis Cespedes on a 3-1 count in the fourth, then got seven more outs in a row. "That's why I was throwing that slow", Teheran said.

Teheran also had two hits and a sacrifice fly.

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