Umpires making themselves a part of the game is usually frowned upon, but we’re willing to give this ump a pass based on sheer creativity.
Former major league pitcher and current ESPN analyst Mark Mulder posted a video on his Instagram page Thursday afternoon of unarguably the greatest strike-three call in history. In the video, which Mulder said was sent to him by former A’s...
Contrary to the portrayal in the movie “Moneyball,” one former A’s player says he wasn’t aware of the revolutionary movement taking place in the team’s front office at the time.
“There was no talk of ‘Moneyball’ when I was there,” says ex-A’s pitcher Mark Mulder. “You never heard anything like that.”
Mulder, a current ESPN broadcaster, made his comments while...
According to Jeff Fletcher of Fanhouse, left-handed pitcher Mark Mulder has officially retired.
“I guess I am [retired],” he told FanHouse on Monday. “I haven’t touched a baseball since February.”
Mulder has recently taken on a new challenge – golf. He has played in nine tournaments and won six of them on the Golf Channel Amateur Tour.
As recently as last March, there...
Apparently, recent reports saying that Mark Mulder was going to retire are not exactly accurate. According to his agent, Gregg Clifton, "Mulder has not made a decision." However, Milwaukee Brewers' pitching coach Rick Peterson and former Oakland Athletics teammate Eric Chavez have confirmed the rumors.Either way, the oft-injured lefty probably should just call it quits...
Mark Mulder is coming back from shoulder surgeries, not shape shifting space aliens, and the Brewers are interested. Rick Peterson knows him well, and makes this claim:
Because Mulder was not an overpowering pitcher reliant on strikeouts for success, Peterson said he should be able to recapture his previous form as an effective major-league pitcher.
The Yankees, Dodgers, Brewers, and Rangers have expressed interest in the lefty who reportedly looks good in workouts. -Tas
After throwing just 16 pitches before exiting last night's game, Mark Mulder's career may be over.
The 30-year-old was hoping to make it through the rest of the season injury-free, but instead will go on the DL for the fifth time in his four seasons with the Cardinals...
In his first game back after shoulder surgery that sidelined him since September, Mark Mulder left the game after throwing just 16 pitches. He will be evaluated by doctors tomorrow. Mulder has not won a game in 25 months.
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