Don’t scream for tradition when tradition has created zero championships in the past 100 years.
Former Arizona Diamondbacks television analyst Mark Grace has been released from a Phoenix jail after completing a four-month DUI sentence under a work-release program.
Mark Grace may be down, but he’s certainly not out.
Former Arizona Diamondbacks television analyst Mark Grace was sentenced to four months in jail after pleading guilty Thursday to felony endangerment and misdemeanor driving under the influence of alcohol.
Former Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman and television analyst Mark Grace has been indicted in a DUI case and could face nearly four years in prison if he’s convicted, authorities said Thursday.
Former Cubs All-Star Mark Grace could be facing an aggravated DUI charge stemming from his arrest in Arizona last month.
Mark Grace is taking an indefinite leave of absence from his job as television color analyst for the Arizona Diamondbacks after his second drunken driving arrest in 15 months in the Phoenix suburb of Scottsdale.
As of now it seems most statistical evidence makes a case that Konerko comes up short of the Hall-of-Fame.
Former Cubs first baseman Mark Grace was reportedly arrested in Scottsdale, Ariz. on Memorial Day for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.
Mark Grace spent 13 seasons playing for the Chicago Cubs before moving on to the Arizona Diamondbacks, and eventually to the Diamondbacks’ broadcast booth.
Santa isn’t the only one making a list and checking it twice this week. The Chicago Cubs are, too, as their search for an analyst to replace the late Ron Santo in the team’s radio booth is now underway.
For Cubs fans, there’s only one thing bleaker than the 2010 regular season. And that’s the 2010 offseason. So far, at least.