Mark Mulder is an American professional baseball player with a net worth of thirteen million. Mark Mulder came into this world in South Holland, Illinois, in 1977. He had college baseball for the Michigan State Faculty Spartans in East Lansing prior to the Oakland Athletics chose him throughout the first round with the 2nd overall pick of the 1998 Major League Baseball draft. Mulder made the MLB debut of his on April eighteen, 2000, and played with the A's until 2004, when he joined the St. Louis Cardinals from 2005 unless 2008. Mulder hasn't played after the 2008 season. Through the 2008 season, Mulder, a left handed pitcher, amassed a 103 60 career win loss record to go along with a 4.18 earned run average and 834 strikeouts. Mulder is a two time MLB All Star (2003, 2004) and also earned the American League wins crown during the 2001 season. He appeared in the postseason 3 times: twice with the A's in 2001 and 2002 and once with the Cardinals, who advanced through one series, in 2005. Mulder recorded a 3 4 playoffs record with a 2.34 earned run average in the postseason. Right after hanging up the cleats, Mulder began playing golf and working as an analyst for ESPN's well-known TV show "Baseball Tonight."
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