Former Michigan State and major league pitching star Mark Mulder says he is trying to make a comeback and hopes to get invited to a camp in spring training. Muler, 36, retired after the 2009 season after several shoulder surgeries.
But Mulder has been working out under direction in Scottsdale, Arizona and has pitched in front of several teams recently. Mulder's fast ball was clocked at 90 miles per hour at times. Mulder says he is excited to be given a chance by someone in spring training. He has worked as an ESPN analyst since 2011.
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