Mark Alan Mulder

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Mark Alan Mulder Wiki Biography

Mark Alan Mulder was born on the 5th August 1977, in South Holland, Illinois USA, and is former baseball pitcher who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) from 2000 to 2008. He played for the Oakland Athletics, and represented the team twice in the All-Star Game in 2003 and 2004. Then, Mulder played for the St. Louis Cardinals, with whom he won the World Series in 2006.

How rich is the former baseball player? It has been calculated by authoritative sources that the overall size of Mark Mulder’s net worth is as much as $13 million, as of the data presented in the middle of 2017. Baseball is the main source of Mulder’s wealth.

To begin with, he represented the team of Michigan State Spartans while studying at Michigan State University from 1994 to ‘98.

Concerning his professional career, he was selected the 2nd overall in the first round by the Oakland Athletics in the MLB Draft of 1998. After spending two ears in minor leagues, Mulder made his debut in major league baseball with Oakland on the 18th April 2000. As the starting pitcher, he had nine wins against 10 defeats, averaging 5.44 in 154 innings launched. Things changed quickly, as he was one of the best baseball pitchers the following season, with Mulder recording the statistics of 21 wins against 8 defeats in 34 starts; his earned points average was 3.45 in 229 innings. He was ranked the 2nd in the vote determining the winner of the Cy Young Award for best pitcher in the American League, handed to Roger Clemens.

In 2002, Mulder’s statistics were roughly the same as the previous season. In 2003, he was selected for the All-Star Game, after presenting his best average of earned points in one season, of 3.13 in 186 innings and two thirds on the mound. In the end of 2004, Mark Mulder was traded to the St. Louis Cardinals against right-hander Dan Haren, first baseman Daric Barton and right- hander Kiko Calero. Mulder continued his momentum in 2005, Alongside Chris Carpenter, Jeff Suppan, Matt Morris and Jason Marquis, he had 205 innings and 3.64 ERA in 32 starts, recording 16 victories against 8 defeats. After a good start in the 2006 season, his troubles began and he found himself on the list of injured players, and for the first time, his record of wins – defeats (6-7) was negative. He had difficulties in returning after an operation, and was left out for the playoffs, sitting on the bench in the Cardinals triumph over the Detroit Tigers in the World Series 2006.

He had to undergo another shoulder operation in the end of 2007. Mulder had to finish his career after having made a start and two outings in succession for Saint-Louis in 2008. He announced his retirement in the middle of 2010, nearly two years after his last game played in the middle of 2008. In 2013, 36-year-old Mark Mulder attempted to return to the game – in 2014, he signed a contract with the Los Angeles Angels in minor league. From the beginning of the camp, he injured his Achilles tendon, and was subsequently released from his contract the same year. In February 2015, he confirmed that he would not try to return again. Afterwards, he went on working as an analyst of “Baseball Tonight” aired on ESPN.

Finally, in the personal life of Mark Mulder, he has been married to Lindsey since 2006. They have two children.

IMDB Wikipedia $13 Million 1977-08-05 1999 2003 2004 2016 2017) Actress AL wins leader (2001) All-Star (2003 American Century Championship (2015 American League All-Star (2003 Chris Carpenter Daric Barton Draft 1998 Jason Marquis Jeff Suppan Kiko Calero Led American League in shutouts (2001 Led American League in wins in 2001 Led American League pitchers in complete games (2003 Mark Mulder Mark Mulder Net Worth Matt Morris Pan American Games – Silver medal (Team competition Roger Clemens second overall pick – Major League Basebal for Oakland Athletics Winnipeg World Series Champion (2006)

Mark Alan Mulder Quick Info

Full NameMark Mulder
Net Worth$13 Million
Date Of BirthAugust 5, 1977
Place Of BirthSouth Holland, Illinois, USA
Height1.98 m
Weight98 kg
ProfessionBaseball player, former baseball pitcher, Major League Baseball (MLB) player, Analyst for ESPN’s “Baseball Tonight”
EducationMichigan State University
SpouseLindsey Pringle (m. 2006)
ChildrenTatym Mulder, Xander Alan Mulder
AwardsCy Young Award, All-Star (2003, 2004), AL wins leader (2001), Pan American Games – Silver medal (Team competition, Winnipeg, 1999), American Century Championship (2015, 2016, 2017)
NominationsDraft 1998, second overall pick – Major League Basebal for Oakland Athletics, Led American League in wins in 2001, Led American League pitchers in complete games (2003, 2004), Led American League in shutouts (2001, 2003), American League All-Star (2003, 2004), World Series Champion (2006)
MoviesAmerican Kickboxer

Mark Alan Mulder Important Facts

  • (December 20) Traded to the St. Louis Cardinals for Danny Haren and Kiko Calero. [2004]
  • (October 21) The St. Louis Cardinals notified him that they would not pick up his $11-million option for 2009. Mulder is rehabbing from two shoulder operations. [2008]
  • Traded To The St. Louis Cardinals Baseball Club, December 18, 2004
  • Made major league debut on 18 April 2000.
  • Pitcher with the Oakland Athletics (2000-2004) and St. Louis Cardinals (2005-2008).
  • Selected 2nd in the first round of the 1998 amateur draft by the Oakland Athletics.

Mark Alan Mulder Filmography

The Red Phone: Manhunt2002TV MovieRoareActor
Mike & Mike2012-2014TV SeriesHimself – ESPN Major League Baseball Analyst / Himself – ESPN Baseball AnalystSelf
Prime 92010TV SeriesHimselfSelf
The Best Damn Sports Show Period2005TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Sunday Night Baseball2000-2004TV SeriesHimself / Himself – Oakland Athletics PitcherSelf
2004 MLB All-Star Game2004TV SpecialHimself – AL Starting Pitcher: Oakland AthleticsSelf
2003 MLB All-Star Game2003TV SpecialHimself – AL Pitcher: Oakland AthleticsSelf
Mike & Mike2013-2015TV SeriesHimself – ESPN Baseball Analyst / HimselfArchive Footage