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Mark Mulder retires

Mark Mulder told Jeff Fletcher of AOL Fanhouse that he has retired.

"I guess I am [retired]," Mulder told Fletcher. "I haven't touched a baseball since February." Mulder, who hasn't appeared in a major league game since the 2008 season, was linked in talks with the Brewers over the winter, however nothing materialized. The southpaw wraps up his injury-plagued career with a record of 103-60 to go along with a 4.18 ERA and 1.34 WHIP. A two-time All-Star, Mulder finished second in the American League Cy Young award voting in 2001 when he won 21 games at the age of 23. He's just another case of what could have been.


And there goes the first of the Big 3.

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