Mark Mulder told Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register that he'll decide in mid-January whether to try a comeback next season.
Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe writes that Mark Mulder "continues to work toward a comeback but indicates that he’s still not 100 percent sure it will happen."
Mark Mulder (Achilles) recently began a throwing program.
Mark Mulder wants to attempt another comeback.
Angels released LHP Mark Mulder.
Mark Mulder will undergo left Achilles surgery on February 25.
Mark Mulder will need 5-8 months of rehab to recover from left Achilles surgery.
Mark Mulder suffered a ruptured left Achilles while doing agility drills, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Mark Mulder suffered an ankle injury during warmups on Saturday, and is unlikely to make his scheduled bullpen session.
Mark Mulder threw a couple of 100-pitch simulated games in mid-January.
A scout that saw a Mark Mulder throwing session told FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal that "it would surprise (him)" if the lefty didn't contribute to the Angels in 2014.
Mark Mulder's deal with the Angels could top $6 million if he meets all the incentives, according to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe.
Angels signed LHP Mark Mulder to a minor league contract.
Brian Charles, the agent for free agent left-hander Mark Mulder, said Friday that his client is evaluating multiple offers and that nothing has been finalized yet.