Former Chicago Cubs great and current Diamondbacks announcer, Mark Grace was arrested for drunk driving in Scottsdale, Arizona on Memorial Day (May 30th) at one in the morning.
Grace was swerving through lanes and traffic when he was pulled over and had a female passenger in the car with him. They admitted to having a few drinks, in fact he said he had two glasses of Macallan scotch.
To make matters worse, he did not have his wallet or license with him at the time of the arrest.
The cop asked him, “How do you think you did on the field tests” and Grace replied, “Not well enough.” OMG, that is hilarious.
Grace was taken in where his blood was taken for the exact BAC. Those results still aren’t in.
Grace was then booked for DUI with a blood alcohol content of .08 or more, DUI impaired to the slightest degree, improper right turn, driver’s license not in possession and failure to carry registration in vehicle.