Major League Baseball

Career W-L
103-60
 
Career ERA
4.18
Name  Mark Mulder
Born  8/5/1977
Height  6-6
Weight  215
Number  20
Position  SP
Bats  L
Throws  L
3/11/2014 9:00:00 PM
Description: The Angels parted ways with lefthander Mark Mulder on Tuesday.
Insight: Mulder (103-60, 4.18 ERA in nine seasons) was likely to miss the whole season anyway after rupturing his Achilles in spring training. The 36-year-old will have to put his comeback on hold for now.
 
2/16/2014 4:06:00 PM
Description: Angels lefty Mark Mulder's comeback appears to be over before it began. He suffered a ruptured left Achilles during agility drills, according to Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times.
Insight: Mulder's surgery has a 5-8 month recovery time. The left-hander was attempting to pitch in the big leagues for the first time since 2008. He initially retired due to mechanical issues related to multiple shoulder injuries but made a major adjustment to his motion during the winter and was expected to compete for a rotation spot with the Angels.
 
2/15/2014 2:03:00 PM
Description: Angels starter Mark Mulder hurt his ankle in warmups on Saturday. SOURCE: Alden Gonzalez, MLB.com
Insight: He was scheduled to pitch a bullpen session but now that's probably not going to happen. Consider the lefthander day-to-day.
 
1/1/2014 7:46:00 PM
Description: According to Jerry Crasnick of espn.com, the Angels have signed Mark Mulder to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training. The 36-year-old retired in 2009 due to mechanical issues caused by two shoulder surgeries, but he decided to make a comeback after tweaking his delivery to emulate Dodgers reliever Paco Rodriguez.
Insight: Mulder's fastball was clocked at 89-90 mph during a mound session for three teams last month, and the Angels were considered the frontrunner to sign him. It's unclear if Mulder will attempt to come back as a starter or reliever. The lefty is 103-60 with a 4.18 ERA in his career, but he was 97-50 with a 3.87 ERA in his first six seasons and finished second in AL Cy Young voting in 2001.
 
12/10/2013 9:03:00 PM
Description: After being away from the game for almost four years, lefthanded starter Mark Mulder has decided to come out of retirement and resume his career. SOURCE: ESPN
Insight: Mulder is only 36 so it's not inconceivable that he could make a comeback. Scouts who have seen him pitch this offseason have clocked his fastball in the high 80s. Mulder hasn't pitched in the majors since 2008.
 
6/15/2010 12:19:00 AM
Description: Jeff Fletcher of AOL Fanhouse reports Mulder said he is retired.
Insight: Mulder has not appeared in a major league game since 2008, and will retire with a 103-60 record and a 4.18 ERA. Injuries took away a lot of the two time All-Star's career, and his best season came in 2001 when he won 21 games and finished second in the AL Cy Young voting. (SportsBuff.com)
 
2/17/2010 8:52:00 AM
Description: The San Francisco Chronicle reports that Mulder is not considering retirement and will look to return to the majors this season.
Insight: Mulder will likely sign on with a team at some point during the season. (SportsBuff.com)
 
1/16/2010 9:39:00 AM
Description: The Journal Sentinel reports that Brewers' GM Doug Melvin is expected to meet with Mulder next week.
Insight: Mulder has interest from many teams and will likely make his decision in the very near future. (SportsBuff.com)
 
1/13/2010 8:38:00 AM
Description: MLB.com reports that the Brewers have shown interest in Mulder.
Insight: The Brewers are expected to meet with Mulder on Thursday to discuss contract options. He would likely be signed to a minor league deal. (SportsBuff.com)
 

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