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Mark Grace

Baseball Player
Born Jun 28, 1964

Mark Eugene Grace is a former Major League Baseball player for 16 seasons with the Chicago Cubs and Arizona Diamondbacks. His defensive position was first base. He batted left-handed and wore jersey number 17.

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Mark Grace.


1964 Birth Born on June 28, 1964.


1993 29 Years Old He was the last Cub to have hit for the cycle, doing so on Sunday, May 9, 1993. … Read More


2000 36 Years Old Mark Grace signed with the Arizona Diamondbacks on December 8, 2000 with a $6 million, two-year contract after the Cubs declined to offer salary arbitration. … Read More
2001 37 Years Old Grace wore his familiar No. 17 in Arizona where he played for three more seasons, including helping the Diamondbacks win the 2001 World Series. … Read More
2002 38 Years Old During a 19 - 1 defeat to the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2002, Grace pitched an inning of relief. … Read More


2004 40 Years Old He was paired with Thom Brennaman on television from 2004 to 2006 and has been paired with Daron Sutton since 2007.
2006 42 Years Old His ex-wife, Michelle, was also married to Ray Liotta, who played baseball player "Shoeless" Joe Jackson in Field of Dreams. As of 2006, he is divorced from his second wife Tanya, who stars on the VH1 show Baseball Wives. … Read More
2007 43 Years Old Grace also agreed to a deal with Fox Sports in 2007. … Read More
2008 44 Years Old He was then promoted to the no.2 booth with Thom Brennaman for the 2008 and 2009 season, and Dick Stockton for the 2010 season.
2009 45 Years Old Grace became eligible for the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2009. 75% of the vote was necessary for induction, and 5% was necessary to stay on the ballot. … Read More
2011 47 Years Old He reunited with Brennaman in 2011 before leaving the network at the end of the regular season. … Read More
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