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|Last 10 Games|
|Mark Mulder attempting comeback |
|by Al Melchior | Data Analyst|
(12/11/13) According to MLB.com, Mark Mulder is looking to pitch again in 2014, four years after he announced his retirement and six years after he last pitched in the major leagues with the Cardinals.
Mulder, who has been working as an analyst for ESPN over the last three seasons, has been working out over the last month and a half and has been throwing a fastball as hard as 90 mph. He cited watching Dodgers reliever Paco Rodriguez's delivery as the inspiration for his decision to make a comeback.
Mulder compiled a 103-60 record and 4.18 ERA in 205 appearances (203 starts) over nine seasons with the Athletics and Cardinals before shoulder problems led him to retire.
Cards put Mulder on DL; lefty 'couldn't get my arm up'
Cardinals left-hander Mark Mulder was placed on the 15-day disabled list Thursday with a shoulder strain, one day after he left his comeback start after facing only three batters.
Howard's blast in the eighth lifts Philly's slumping offense
Ryan Howard homered leading off the eighth inning and Philadelphia's sputtering offense showed small signs of breaking loose in the Phillies' 4-2 win over the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday night.
Cards pitcher Mulder exits in first inning of comeback start
Cardinals left-hander Mark Mulder left his comeback start against the Philadelphia Phillies with more pain in his shoulder after throwing only 16 pitches and recording one out in the first inning on Wednesday night.
Week 15 Fantasy Stockwatch
Who immediately benefits from the C.C. Sabathia trade? Will Ryan Church ever return to his spring ways? Our Eric Mack examines that and more in the Week 15 edition of his Fantasy Stockwatch.
Week 15 Pitching Planner
The All-Star break is a time for teams to reset their rotations and some get an early jump on it, namely the D-Backs moving up ace Brandon Webb and the Tigers moving up Justin Verlander to each start twice before the All-Star break. Eric Mack breaks down all the rotations in his Pitching Planner.
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