Former A's Pitcher Mark Mulder Live-Tweeted His 1st Viewing of 'Moneyball'

Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistJuly 3, 2014

Oakland Athletics' Mark Mulder works against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the third inning Sunday, Aug. 29, 2004, in Oakland, Calif. The A's won the game, 9-6, sweeping the series from Tampa Bay. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)
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The hit movie Moneyball has been out since 2011, but former Oakland Athletics pitcher Mark Mulder had never seen it before. On Wednesday night, he decided to change that.

To make the experience better, he tweeted out his thoughts as he watched it for the first time.

It all apparently started because Mulder's former Oakland teammate Tim Hudson didn't believe he had never watched the movie:

Mulder explained why he hadn't seen the movie before last night:

After explaining himself, it was time to watch the film based on his former team.

He had a complaint about Moneyball almost immediately:

Throughout the movie, the 36-year-old took the time to correct a few things that may have been embellished:

The movie did bring back one bad memory for the southpaw:

His tweets weren't all negative, however. Mulder did give Moneyball a good review: 

Mulder went 81-42 with a 3.92 ERA in five seasons with the A's, and he was named to two American League All-Star teams during that span.

[Mark Mulder, h/t HardballTalk]