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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Mark Mulder
Mark Mulder described his season-ending - and possibly comeback-ending - left Achilles injury a freak accident.
Los Angeles Angels pitcher Mark Mulder tore his left Achilles tendon Saturday, cutting short his comeback and possibly bringing his career to an end.
Even without making a splashy move this winter after signing Josh Hamilton and Albert Pujols the last two offseasons, the Los Angels think they've improved the makeup of their club with several smaller signings.
Mark Mulder has been invited to spring training with the Los Angeles Angels, nearly six years after he last pitched in the major leagues.
Former big leaguer Mark Mulder - and current ESPN analyst - is trying to make a comeback having not pitched since 2008. The Phillies could be his landing spot.
A year ago this week, Sports Illustrated put the Philadelphia Phillies' five starters on its cover.
"Yesterday was a hard day," Mulder said Sunday. "I worked hard to get to this point. I felt really good about where I was and all the things I was doing. (For now) you go to bed and you wake up. I'll get better. There are a lot of people who have it a lot worse."
"I'm going to meet with the doctor (Monday)," Mulder said.