Former lefty Mark Mulder is the latest pitcher to join the Baseball Tonight team on ESPN as an analyst. Mulder will make his debut Friday during the midnight edition of the show and will appear throughout the season.
Last week, ESPN announced Jamie Moyer would spend the season working on Baseball Tonight while recovering from offseason surgery.
“I’m excited to join Baseball Tonight’s All-Star pitching rotation,” said Mulder. “I’m looking forward to working with my new team and lending some of the insight and perspective I gathered during my career.”
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