Mark Grace was old school. No earrings, no batting gloves, no wrist bands, no tattoos. In his Cubs pinstripes, he wore his socks knicker-style as a throwback to yesteryear. Off the field, he still fit the bill. He frequented watering holes, drove a Jag.. Former major-leaguer, David Dellucci, said about him, “Grace can talk about anything at any given moment, and it can be one of the wildest conversations you'll ever want to have on first base during a big-league baseball game."
The precocious Chicago Cubs' infield is far less likely to show their age on the field than off of it, where they maintain a group text message chain and are all active on social media. Each uses Twitter
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