Mark Grace, former first-baseman for the Chicago Cubs and the Arizona Diamondbacks was sentenced to four months in a work-release prison after receiving his second DUI in 15 months. Grace was arrested in August of 2012 and could have faced up to three years in prison. The DUI arrest led to Grace’s firing as color commentator for the Arizona Diamondbacks in August 2012. In addition to the four month sentence that begins on February 10, 2013; Grace must also serve two years probation.
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