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Posted 30 December 2011 - 06:35 PM
I have been slowely following him ever since just to see what he's been up to, and the other day stumbled upon a few articles that intrigued me. Basically they referred to Mark Grace as a obsessive partier, chain-smoker between innings, and just a guy who had no care in the world. I dont know about you but I didn't get that vibe from him but then again I was never in the dugout.
Then ran across the following which might have ( if possible) made me love Mark Grace even more.
Any one else as suprised as I am by this?
Posted 30 December 2011 - 06:37 PM
Player 1: Man, Ramirez hasn't gotten laid in 3 weeks. And hasn't been on base in 5.
Player 2: Yeah he definitely needs to go to a bar tonight, find a swamp donkey and pull a Mark Grace.
Rookie: What's a Mark Grace?
Player 1: Slumpbusting
Rookie: Slump Busting?
Player 2: Slumpbusting, jackass. Taking the wood to a fatty.
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Posted 03 January 2012 - 07:53 PM
He was talking about that on some radio interview he did a few years ago for someone in Chicago. He always told the best war stories, even when he was still playing. I'll always be a Mark Grace fan.
My favorite thing about Grace is the story he tells about Woody's 20K. He randoming picked out two hotties in the crowed and told Kerry that they were waiting for them after the game. Anyone else heard that? I forget the exact details but it's classic Grace.
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