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  1. Angels release Mark Mulder

    Mar 11, 2014, 11:49 AM EDT

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    Mark Mulder, whose comeback attempt ended before it even really began thanks to a torn Achilles’ tendon, has been released by the Angels. Mulder has said that he’s not ruling out attempting another comeback next year, but he’ll miss the entire season recovering from the injury and at age 37 the odds of him succeeding…

  2. Mark Mulder’s injury won’t make Angels trust Joe Blanton

    Feb 18, 2014, 1:03 PM EDT

    Joe Blanton

    Mark Mulder‘s comeback attempt ending before it really even began thanks to a torn Achilles’ tendon took a dent out of the Angels’ rotation depth, but they still aren’t willing to trust Joe Blanton and his $8.5 million salary. Blanton went 2-14 with a 6.04 ERA last season after signing with the Angels as a…

  3. Mark Mulder not ruling out another comeback attempt

    Feb 16, 2014, 9:20 PM EDT

    Mark Mulder

    Mark Mulder received some sad news yesterday when tests revealed that he suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon while doing agility drills prior to a bullpen session. The left-hander was well on his way to pitching again in the Majors after a five-year layoff due to persistent shoulder problems, but he now yet more adversity to…

  4. Mark Mulder’s ruptured his Achilles tendon

    Feb 15, 2014, 6:30 PM EDT

    Mark Mulder

    Angels pitcher Mark Mulder cannot catch a break. He repeatedly dealt with issues in his left shoulder, undergoing surgery multiple times before calling it quits in 2008.  After a five-year layoff, Mulder felt well enough to attempt to revive his Major League career. He was confident and motivated, and the Angels were impressed by what…

  5. Joel Pineiro is attempting a comeback

    Feb 2, 2014, 11:00 PM EDT

    Joel Pineiro

    Joel Pineiro did not pitch last season and was last seen in the Majors in 2011, but the right-hander is on the comeback trail. MLB.com’s Jesse Sanchez reports that Pineiro has been pitching in Puerto Rico during the off-season and he’ll make a start against a Cuban team on Tuesday. “I have had 11 years…

  6. Mark Mulder enjoying life on the Golf Channel Am Tour

    Sep 14, 2012, 6:00 PM EDT

    Mark Mulder

    Two years after retiring at the tender age of 32, Mark Mulder is still around the game of baseball as an analyst for ESPN. However, he’s also enjoying success in a new sport, having won three times on the Golf Channel Am Tour this season. Mulder talks about his experiences on our sister blog, GolfTalkCentral. The entry…

  7. Jaime Garcia tallies career-high 10 strikeouts in return

    Aug 19, 2012, 5:00 PM EDT

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    Jaime Garcia looked about as good as the Cards could have hoped for in his return from an eight-week stint on the disabled list Sunday at Busch Stadium. The left-hander struck out a career-high 10 batters while allowing just two unearned runs and five hits over eight strong innings against the visiting Pirates. Garcia threw…

  8. All-Star Game starting pitcher (Loaiza, Mulholland, Penny, Nagy) isn’t always big name

    Jul 9, 2012, 5:27 PM EDT

    terry mulholland

    This year’s All-Star Game starting pitchers, Justin Verlander and Matt Cain, are certainly both big names with excellent track records, but it’s interesting to note that the honor of starting an All-Star Game doesn’t always go to elite pitchers. Obviously any pitcher who starts an All-Star Game is by definition having an excellent season at…

  9. Cliff Lee shuts out the Giants for ten innings, Phillies lose

    Apr 19, 2012, 8:23 AM EDT

    Philadelphia Phillies v San Francisco Giants

    Blast living in the eastern time zone. For, because I went to bed at a reasonable hour, I missed an unreasonably good pitching matchup: Cliff Lee vs. Matt Cain, each of whom shut the other side out for nine innings. Those nine innings took only one hour and fifty-minutes, by the way. The difference: Cliff…

  10. Pat Burrell and the Class of 1998

    Jan 30, 2012, 10:00 PM EDT

    Pat Burrell, Charlie Manuel

    Pat Burrell, the first overall pick in the 1998 draft, is expected to announce his retirement in the coming days. J.D. Drew, another top player from the same class, may do the same. So, here’s a look at the top players from the 1998 draft, as judged by Baseball-Reference’s version of WAR (the list only…

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