1988 May 2 San Diego Ticket Stub Mark Grace's First Game1988 May 4 San Diego Ticket Stub Mark Grace's First Home Run1988 May 6 Chicago Cubs Ticket Stub Mark Grace's Wrigley Debut
1993 May 9 Cubs Ticket Stub Mark Grace Hits for the Cycle1998 September 13 Cubs Ticket Stub Mark Grace Walkoff Homerun1999 May 4 Cubs Ticket Stub Mark Grace First Career Grandslam
1999 August 2 Cubs Ticket Stub Mark Grace's 2000th Hit2000 July 26 Phillies Ticket Stub Mark Grace Game-Winning Grand Slam2001 World Series Game 7 Ticket Stub Diamondbacks vs. Yankees
2002 September 2 Diamondbacks Ticket Stub Mark Grace Pitching Appearance

Ticket stubs from important games in Mark's career, including:

May 2, 1988: Mark Grace's first game and first hit ticket stub from San Diego.

May 4, 1988: In his third career game, Grace hits his first homerun again vs. San Diego.

May 6, 1988: Mark makes his home debut at Wrigley Field against San Francisco.

May 9, 1993: Becomes 10th Cub to hit for the cycle (single, double, triple and homerun) in day game against Padres at Wrigley Field.

September 13, 1998: Hits dramatic game-winning 10th inning home run on "Gracie the Beanie Baby Day" at Wrigley.

May 4, 1999: Launches his first career grandslam off Rockies pitcher Darryl Kile.

August 2, 1999: Reaches the 2000 hit plateau in a home night game victory against the Expos.

July 26, 2000: Hits a dramatic 9th inning grandslam and knocks in a career high 6 RBI in Cubs come from behind 14-9 victory against the Phillies.

November 5, 2001: Ignites the 9th inning rally that brings Arizona its first World Series Championship, leading off the 9th inning against Yankees super closer Mariano Rivera with a single.

September 2, 2002: Appears as a relief pitcher against the Los Angeles, the only pitching appearance of his career.


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