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01/12/2006 6:55 PM ET
D-Backs sign Mulholland to Minor League deal
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PHOENIX, AZ -- The Arizona Diamondbacks today announced they have signed free agent pitcher Terry Mulholland to a minor league contract. Consistent with team policy, terms of the contract were not disclosed.

Mulholland, 42, spent 2005 pitching for the Minnesota Twins, going 0-2 with a 4.27 ERA in 49 relief outings. He limited lefthanded batters to a .202 batting average last year.

Over his big-league career, which spans parts of 19 seasons, Mulholland owns a 124-142 record and 4.40 ERA in 680 lifetime appearances, including 332 starts. Among active pitchers, he is tied for 12th in innings pitched, 19th in games, tied for 23rd in wins and 29th in strikeouts.

Drafted by the San Francisco in the first round of the 1984 draft, Mulholland made his Major League debut two years later. He has also pitched at the big-league level for the Philadelphia Phillies, New York Yankees, Seattle Mariners, Chicago Cubs, Atlanta Braves, Pittsburgh Pirates, Los Angeles Dodgers, Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins. His career highlights also include throwing a no-hitter for Philadelphia in 1990 and selection to the National League All-Team in 1993.

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