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Julio Teheran is easily the best prospect in the Braves' organization, and one of the top five prospects in all of baseball.
He absolutely dominated in the minor leagues, although he did struggle in the few innings he pitched in the majors.
He was named Rookie of the Year, as well as most valuable pitcher of the International League in 2011, as a result of his 15-3 record and 2.55 ERA that year.
Throughout his four seasons in the minors, he is 28-17 and has an ERA of 2.96.
He did not fare quite as well in the major leagues; in 19.2 innings he was 1-1 with a 5.03 ERA.
Since his major league struggles, though, he has improved and gained much experience, and it is very likely that he will be pitching as a starter for the Braves in 2012.
Teheran has the potential to soon become the Braves' ace, and possibly the best pitcher in baseball, and next season he should do very well pitching in the back of the Braves' rotation.