Teheran, who is lined up to serve as Atlanta's Opening Day starter, surrendered six hits and issued a walk as the Blue Jays batted around in their four-run third inning. The Braves right-hander might have escaped the inning unscathed had the hard infield not created a bad hop that prevented shortstop Pedro Ciriaco from fielding what initially appeared to be a routine double-play grounder off Dioner Navarro's bat.
Daric Barton followed Navarro's single with a two-run single, and Caleb Gindl added to Teheran's third-inning woes with a sacrifice fly.
Marco Estrada improved his rotation bid as he scattered three hits over three scoreless innings against the Braves, who received an RBI double from Todd Cunningham in the sixth inning and a three-run homer from Joey Terdoslavich in the seventh inning.
Up next: The Blue Jays will enjoy their first off-day of the spring on Monday before visiting the Yankees in a rare night game on Tuesday at 7:05 p.m. ET. Right-hander Drew Hutchison will get the start for Toronto, and he is expected to throw five innings. Promising right-hander Miguel Castro will pitch in relief as he continues his attempt at winning a job in the bullpen. Other pitchers who could be made available include Roberto Osuna, Liam Hendriks and Chad Jenkins.
Mark Bowman is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.