PHOENIX - Former Diamondback player and broadcaster Mark Grace will spend time in jail after pleading guilty to a DUI charge Thursday.
Grace, 48, was arrested in Scottsdale last August and charged with endangerment and DUI.
According to Thursday’s plea agreement, Grace was sentenced to four months in jail beginning February 10. He will be granted work release.
He will also serve two years of supervised probation.
At the time of his arrest, Grace was reportedly driving without a required interlock device and his license had been suspended for a prior DUI in Scottsdale in May 2011.
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