Inside Pitch: Mulder Says Goodbye To A's Family Premium Story

By Staff
Date: Dec 28, 2004

The initial shock of getting traded had Mark Mulder so speechless, he later felt bad that he didn't sound very excited when St. Louis Cardinals general manager Walt Jocketty talked to him.
But a few days later, it started to sink in that he really is gone from Oakland, that he's really joining a team that was in the World Series last year, and that he really won't be pitching in the same rotation with close friends Tim Hudson and Barry Zito anymore.

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