Mark Grace will join the staff of new Arizona Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale as assistant hitting coach.
The club announced Hale's staff on Thursday, with Andy Green as third-base coach and Glenn Sherlock bench coach.
Sherlock shifts from third-base coach and is among six from former manager Kirk Gibson's staff who are being retained. Another is Henry Blanco, who will...
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PHOENIX (AP) Mark Grace will join the staff of new Arizona Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale as assistant hitting coach.
The club announced Hale's staff on Thursday, with Andy Green as third base coach and Glenn Sherlock bench coach.
Sherlock shifts from third base coach and is among six from former manager Kirk Gibson's staff who are being retained. Another is Henry Blanco...
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PHOENIX -- Chip Hale's coaching staff with the Arizona Diamondbacks will include six holdovers from Kirk Gibson's staff, plus a pair of new additions: third-base coach Andy Green and assistant hitting coach Mark Grace.
The six holdovers are bench coach Glenn Sherlock, pitching coach Mike Harkey, hitting coach Turner Ward, first-base coach Dave McKay, bullpen coach Mel Stottlemyre...
New Arizona Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale is beginning to assemble his coaching staff. That staff will include a somewhat surprising name in Mark Grace.
Source: Mark Grace will become #Dbacks assistant hitting coach. Appears Turner Ward remains hitting coach. Blanco shifting to new role.
— Steve Gilbert (@SteveGilbertMLB) October 16, 2014
Grace being hired as a hitting coach...
Mark Grace, the former hitting star of the Cubs and Diamondbacks who lost his broadcasting job with the D-Backs after two drunk-driving incidents, is back with Arizona, which has hired him as assistant hitting coach.
Grace served as D-Backs announcer from 2004-12 but the popular former star took a leave of absence following 2012 to deal with his legal issue.
Grace vows to never have a mug shot required of him again. Former Chicago Cubs and Arizona Diamondbacks 1B Mark Grace is slowly returning to “baseball normalcy” as he comes up on a year since he began serving a 4-month jail sentence as a repeat offender for Driving Under the influence. According to Matt Snyder of CBS Sports “Eye on Baseball”, Grace was named hitting instructor...
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Former big leaguer Mark Grace will be spending some time behind bars after pleading guilty to endangerment and driving while intoxicated.
After suspending each of the pair during the 2012 season, the Arizona Diamondbacks will not be retaining either Daron Sutton or Mark Grace in their announce team for 2013.
Sutton was suspended back in June by the team because of, essentially, his preference towards wearing a suit as opposed to Diamondbacks branded gear in the broadcast booth. As for Grace, he took a leave of...
A tumultous year for Arizona Diamondbacks announcers has taken another turn, and the latest chapter involves TV color commentator Mark Grace taking an indefinite leave of absence. The initial reports have Grace taking the time off due to seeking "personal assistance."
You probably remember back in June when Grace's play by play partner Daron Sutton was suspended...