Mark Grace studio photograph, 2001.

Mark in the last game of his career, September 28th, 2004.

Batting practice taken the day before the 2002 NLDS matchup between Arizona and St. Louis.

Mark's pitching debut on September 2, 2002. Mark pitched 1 inning, giving up 1 hit and 1 run.

Pre-game stretching, a must for any 39-year old firstbaseman.

As the team's "crafty veterans," Mark Grace and Matt Williams had a special bond.

Signing autographs for young bone marrow transplant patients.

Mark became a Diamondback signing via free agency on December 8, 2000.
2001 World Series Photos

Grace surveys the monuments to New York's pinstriped heroes at Yankee Stadium.

Goofing around with the hometown fans before Game 1 at Bank One Ballpark.

Mark brings his brand of hard-nosed baseball from the desert to the Bronx.

Mark takes Orlando Hernandez deep in Game 5 for his first-ever World Series homerun.

Grace begins the ninth inning Game 7 rally with a single off Mariano Rivera, which culminates
in Luis Gonzalez's game-winning hit and the memorable on-field celebration.

Mark and his mom Sharon share a moment together in the locker room celebration following Game 7.

All of Arizona got to share in Grace's joy at the World Series parade ceremony.

Veterans Randy Johnson, Curt Schilling and Mark Grace celebrate with the 2001 World Series Trophy.

Jerry Colangelo congratulates Mark for helping bring Arizona a World Champions trophey.
World Series rings were presented to the players at Arizona's second home game of 2002. is not affiliated with Mark Grace, his management or Major League Baseball.
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