The Tim McKernan Show

Ep. 79 – Mark Mulder

A 21-game winner in 2001 and former ESPN Baseball analyst, Mark is now well-known for his exploits on the celebrity golf circuit.  He chatted with Tim in April 2018 to discuss his prowess on the links, tenure with the Cardinals, and more…   How he experienced golf growing up on Chicago’s south side Discussing the time he played Augusta while on the Cardinals Would he have interest in competing on the Champions Tour How did Mark have success in ’05 with less than stellar stuff Why he’s disgusted by the era of the 6-inning starting pitcher One explanation for the A’s playoff woes in the early 2000’s Why he finally watched Moneyball and thoughts on the film Revisiting the infamous Jeter flip to home in the 2001 ALDS Recalling the silence after Pujols homered off Lidge in 2005 Mark’s suspicions that his arm was done in the 2006 season Why he attempted a comeback in 2014 while working in TV Why the money was never his biggest motivation in baseball What’s his daily routine like after baseball and broadcasting How he kept a cordial yet distant relationship with the media   Please support our sponsors: The Home Loan Expert, Ryan Kelley James Carlton Agency (State Farm) Johnny Londoff Chevrolet Design Aire Heating & Cooling   Follow us on Social Media: @TimMcKernanShow or   Thanks to Story of the Year for our theme.  Please rate, review, and subscribe so more people discover the pod.  Feedback is welcome:

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