Terry Mulholland pitched 20 seasons in the Major Leagues, six of them for the Phillies. He was acquired in a trade with the Giants along with Dennis Cook and Charlie Hayes for Steve Bedrosian and Rick Parker in June of 1989.
Mulholland struggled with the Phillies in 1989, going 4-7 with a 5.00 ERA. However, he did better the following season, winning nine with an ERA of 3.34. The highlight of the season was his no-hit effort against the Mets on August 16, 1990.
Perhaps his finest season was in 1992 when he won a career high 16 games, along with 232 innings pitched and a season best 142 strikeouts. Already an integral part of the Phillies starting rotation, Mulholland made his only All-Star team in 1993, finishing with 12 wins and a 3.25 ERA.
Mulholland was traded to the Yankees in February 1994 and after a season in New York and one in San Francisco, returned to the Phillies in 1996. He went 8-7 with a 4.66 ERA in 21 starts with the Phillies before being traded to the Mariners for shortstop Desi Relaford.
Being a lefty with an excellent pick off move and great control, there was always a spot on a Major League roster for Mulholland. For the next 10 seasons, he bounced around the Majors, pitching for eight different teams before retiring with the Diamondbacks in 2006.
Although only about 25 percent of his appearances came in a Phillies uniform, Mulholland had his most success in Philadelphia. He finished his time with the Phillies with 62 wins, nine shutouts and a 3.81 ERA in 169 games, covering 1070 1/3 innings.