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Season Stats
SPLIT G IP H R HR BB SO W L Sv P/GS WHIP BAA ERA
Season 26 168.1 174 73 16 57 88 15 6 0 95.8 1.37 .273 3.74
Career 176 1171.1 1164 544 115 355 756 96 48 0 97.7 1.30 .262 3.90
Last 7 2 17.0 8 1 0 4 7 2 0 0 -- 0.71 .151 0.53
Projected 33 216 224 94 21 73 113 19 8 0 95.8 1.37 .273 3.74

Through August 23 - Current stats updated real-time, Career stats updated nightly.
Player News from ROTOWIRE
Aug. 22
News
: Mulder was terrific Monday night in Pittsburgh in picking up his 15th win, going eight innings and allowing one run on only three hits and two walks while striking out three.

Spin: Mulder has given up more than two runs only once since July 3rd.
Player News: Player News Archive
Scouting Report From STATS INC.
Mark Mulder: Hitting
Because Mulder works with a delivery that is so smooth, it must be alarming for opposing hitters to see a moving 93-MPH fastball come tearing out of all that poetry. Mulder also has a curve, slider and changeup. Add in his height and a deceptive delivery that keeps hitters guessing until the last minute, and the aggregate is success. While injuries have put him on the disabled list for two months over his career, he never has pitched less than 150 innings a season as a major leaguer, and has topped 200 innings three times. More...
Transactions
Mark Mulder has not been involved in any transactions this season.
League Leaders - 2005
• Ranks 3rd in NL in W (15) • Ranks 4th in NL in WPct (.714)
• Ranks 10th in NL in CG (2)
Next Game: Tue, Aug 23 at Pittsburgh Pirates
SPLITS ERA W L Sv SvO G GS CG IP H R ER HR BB SO BAA
Road (2005) 4.71 8 4 0 0 14 14 0 84.0 92 46 44 10 32 35 .287
vs. Pit (2005) 1.57 3 0 0 0 3 3 0 23.0 11 5 4 1 6 9 .145
August (2005) 2.89 3 1 0 0 4 4 1 28.0 24 9 9 1 9 12 .245
Quick Splits
VS. LEFT: .174 / .533 VS. RIGHT: .295 / .799 HOME: .259 / .690 AWAY: .287 / .810
(Stats listed are batting average and OPS against)
Complete Splits
ESPN.com Content
April 27, 2005
Mark Mulder's 10-inning gem reminds Jim Caple of the 1980 A's and days when pitchers went more than nine innings.