Braves president John Hart says team won't trade Julio Teheran

The Atlanta Braves, who have traded away several high-profile players in the past year, do not intend to move starting pitcher Julio Teheran, according to team president John Hart.

Hart addressed the Teheran trade speculation Wednesday during a radio interview with 680 The Fan in Atlanta. One day after Atlanta sent Shelby Miller to the Arizona Diamondbacks in a blockbuster deal, Hart said that the Braves are "not trading any more of our starters."

Hart was asked specifically about the 24-year-old Teheran, who has gone 39-29 over the last three seasons and is entering the third year of a six-year, $32.4 million deal.

"We love Julio," Hart told the radio station. "Julio is going to be the anchor of our [rotation]."

The Braves traded the 25-year-old Miller, a first-time All-Star last season, to the Diamondbacks on Tuesday for outfielder Ender Inciarte, pitching prospect Aaron Blair and shortstop prospect Dansby Swanson, the No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft.

Since November of 2014, the Braves have traded away Miller, Jason Heyward, Justin Upton, Andrelton Simmons, Craig Kimbrel, Evan Gattis, Alex Wood, Chris Johnson and Cameron Maybin.