PHOENIX - Former Diamondbacks 1st baseman and announcer Mark Grace reported to jail Sunday morning to begin his sentence for DUI.
Grace, 48, was arrested in Scottsdale last August and charged with endangerment and DUI.
According to a plea agreement, Grace was sentenced to four months in jail beginning Sunday. He will be granted work release.
He spoke with ABC15's Paul Calvisi about the firing and the charges against him.
Grace has since been hired as a minor league coach and instructor with the Diamondbacks.
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