Former baseball player and broadcaster Mark Grace said his stay at the Tent City jail complex in Phoenix has been a life-changing experience.
Ex-major league baseball player and announcer Mark Grace, serving time for DUI, was called a model prisoner by the Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff's Office.
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Former Major League Baseball player Mark Grace reported to Maricopa County Jail Sunday to begin serving his four-month term for driving drunk.
A court date of Jan. 31 has been set for former baseball star Mark Grace, indicted in October on four felony counts stemming from his DUI arrest in Arizona.
Ex-Chicago Cubs and Arizona Diamondbacks player Mark Grace was arrested in Arizona for allegedly driving while intoxicated, a police report indicated Wednesday.
The Chicago Cubs re-signed reliever Carlos Marmol Thursday with a one-year, $2.125 million contract, thus avoiding salary arbitration.
All-time stolen base leader Rickey Henderson is among 10 players on the 2009 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot for the first time.
Edgar Renteria became th first National League shortstop in 18 seasons to reach 100 RBI Saturday as he led St. Louis to a 3-2 victory over Arizona.
After joking that he had signed a contract extension, Mark Grace announced his retirement from baseball Friday.