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Brad Pitt (left) and Jonah Hill are shown in the 2011 film "Moneyball." (Facebook photo)
Mark Mulder had a relatively short MLB career, but the left-handed pitcher left his mark in the league, particularly when he was with the Oakland Athletics.

The Michigan State product struggled in his last three seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals, but four of the best campaigns of his nine-year career came with the A's, including 2002 -- the year on which the movie "Moneyball" focuses.

On Wednesday, Mulder finally got around to watching the 2011 film starring Brad Pitt and Philip Seymour Hoffman, as he candidly let all of his 38,000 Twitter followers know. The 6-foot-6 hurler live tweeted his first viewing of the biographical film, and below are some of the best posts from Mulder's evening.

Note: The previous two tweets refer to outfielder Jeremy Giambi and general manager Billy Beane, respectively.

Note: Scott Hatteberg was depicted by "Parks and Recreation" actor Chris Pratt in the film.

And here's the two-time All-Star's final thought on the movie:

Mulder went 19-7 with a 3.47 ERA during that fateful year when the A's surprised everybody by going 103-59 in the regular season, eventually losing the AL Division Series 3-2 to the Minnesota Twins.

Despite being an integral part of the 2002 squad's success, Mulder wasn't depicted in the film, but he was seen in actual footage from that season -- as he comically pointed out in one of his tweets early in the evening.

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