Grace, who was arrested twice within a year for driving under the influence, will work as an infield and hitting instructor during spring training for the club and will also work with the D-Backs minor league affiliates once the real games get under way. He began his four month stay at “Tent City” on Sunday, where he stays from 5 p.m. to 5 a.m. on a daily basis. Grace is also allowed to work.
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