Mark Mulder is currently a TV baseball analyst for the Oakland A’s. Prior to that, Mark was a baseball analyst for ESPN from 2011 through 2015, appearing on ESPN’s Monday Night Baseball telecasts, and serving as a regular studio analyst on Baseball Tonight and SportsCenter.
Mark was drafted second overall in the 1998 draft by the Oakland Athletics. On April 18th, 2000 Mark made his debut at age 22 in 2000 and became a core member of the team’s rotation. He led the American League with 21 wins in 2001, and won 19 games while amassing a career-high 159 strikeouts in 2002. After two All-Star seasons in ’03 and ’04, Mulder was traded to St. Louis in 2005 and became a World Champion as a member of the ’06 Cardinals team.
In nine seasons with Oakland and St. Louis, Mulder went 103-60 with a 4.18 earned run average.
Mark, who is also a competitive golfer, resides with his family in Arizona.