ATLANTA — On an evening in which former third baseman Chipper Jones’ number retirement stole the show, the Braves shut out the Diamondbacks, 3-0. Here are three observations from the game: 1. Julio Teheran and Randall Delgado fittingly square off As the two young arms presumed to be vying for the fifth spot in the Braves’ rotation this past offseason — up until one of them was dealt to the NL West in January — Julio Teheran and Randall Delgado will, in many ways, be tied together throughout their career. One (Teheran) was the young pitcher the Braves organization placed its faith in; the other (Delgado) became a trade piece to bring star power to its offense.By all accounts, as of June 28, 2013, Atlanta made the correct call on which player received the no-trade designation. Friday offered little to change opinions in that regard.Entering the game, Teheran had proven himself one of the brightest young arms in the National League, rattling off a 5-4 record in 14 starts with a 3.32 ERA — the eighth-best mark in baseball for qualified starters age 24 and under. That list, in order, reads: Matt Harvey, Patrick Corbin, Shelby Miller, Stephen Strasburg, Chris… Read full this story
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