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Mulder's Rehab Start - Mixed Results

The good news, Mark Mulder, the Cardinals #2 starter at one time retired 10 batters in a row Sunday, in his first rehab start. The bad news, he still may not be ready for Major League action.

St. Louis Cardinals' starting pitcher Mark Mulder made his first rehab start Sunday after being placed on the Disabled List on June 22 with inflammation in the rotator cuff of his left arm. It was Mulder's first career start below the Triple-A level since he signed late after the A's made him the second overall pick in the 1998 draft. Prior to being placed on the disabled list Mulder posted a...

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