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That's impressive, and by itself probably would place Mulholland among the best ever. As Pete DeCoursey said of Mulholland in The Scouting Report (1990 edition): "He has an astoundingly quick flip-move to first base which caught several base-runners unawares, and twice embarrassed first baseman Ricky Jordan."
But we hadn't seen nothing yet.
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