Former Athletics lefty Mark Mulder live-tweets 'Moneyball'
Former Athletics ace Mark Mulder watched "Moneyball" for the first time on Wednesday night. He live-tweeted the whole thing.
It has been almost three years since Moneyball hit theatres, but former Athletics left-hander Mark Mulder has never seen it before. At least not until Wednesday night, when he watched the movie and live-tweeted the whole thing.
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Alright, we're off to a nice start.
No. We never paid for drinks from a machine in clubhouse.— Mark Mulder (@markmulder20) July 3, 2014
Buzzkill. Facts only make things worse.
Jeremy never turned on music and team never did that after a loss.— Mark Mulder (@markmulder20) July 3, 2014
I honestly have no idea what he's referencing here. Been a while since I last watched the movie.
Can't say I remember the Billy pep talks. Ha— Mark Mulder (@markmulder20) July 3, 2014
This guy plays a pretty good Hatteberg. Ha— Mark Mulder (@markmulder20) July 3, 2014
That's Chris Pratt! He's pretty funny and yeah, he did a nice job as Scott Hatteberg.
Honestly thought it was a really good movie. Sure, things were embellished but whatever. Still good.— Mark Mulder (@markmulder20) July 3, 2014
I have to think it would be pretty weird watching a movie about something you lived through. I'm sure I'd pick apart every little detail too.
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