Pitching for the Milwaukee Brewers in 2010: Mark Mulder

Posted: 2nd November 2009 by Jesse Motiff in MLB
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In the first installment of looking at pitching options for the Milwaukee Brewers in 2010, we took a look at Erik Bedard . Injury-prone lefties may be popular this offseason, as Mark Mulder will be looking for employment as well. The Brewers may be near the top of his list of possible destinations, and Milwaukee should have equal interest in the former two-time All-Star. Mulder hasn't pitched in the majors since 2008 and hasn't pitched a full season since 2005. Any team that signs him to a contract is taking a big gamble as far as possible injury risk. The upside to a potential suitor for Mulder is his relative inexpensive price tag. Any team that offers him a big league contract will have a decided advantage in obtaining his services. If they are willing to make it an incentive-laden deal ...

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