Julio Tehran signs with Toros de Tijuana from the Mexican League

right hand jug Julio Tehran He is set to sign with Toros De Tijuana of the Mexican League Reports John Hyman of the New York Post. It’s the second contract of the 2022 season for former club Brave, who signed a contract with Atlantic League’s Staten Island FerryHawks in April.

Tehran has long been one of Atlanta’s most consistent baseball players, making his last major appearances in April 2021 with the Tigers. A shoulder injury shortened his tenure at Detroit to just one start, and no doubt affected his lack of 2022 chances with the top clubs in the league.

Based on his strong play in the Atlantic League this year, however, Tehran may find a summer suitor with a top club in the league if he continues to excel in the Mexican league. -Time All-Star is sports 1.60 ERA with 35 knockouts and only six walks.

While the quality of the independent league hitters is not to be confused with the league’s big-caliber bats, it’s worth noting that Tehran’s strike-and-walk ratio is as good as ever, even beating the minor league numbers that made it one of the best forecasts on the planet. Over the course of a decade. Ago. A return to health is an equally important development, and even Tehran’s post-peak foodie version was coveted enough to secure a $3 million contract last year.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.