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  Lou Brock - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Lou Brock was a left fielder for the St.
Brock was named the 1967 National League Babe Ruth award, the 1974 Major League Player Of The Year, the 1975 Roberto Clemente Award, the 1977 Lou Gehrig Memorial Award, and the 1979 Hutch Award.
Brock is the father of former USC Trojan and NFL player Lou Brock Jr.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lou_Brock   (579 words)

 St. Louis Cardinals : History : Cardinals Retired Numbers
The Cardinals' acquisition of outfielder Lou Brock from the Chicago Cubs on June 15, 1964, ranks as perhaps the greatest steal in baseball history.
Brock led the N.L. in thefts on eight occasions (1966 to 1969 and 1971 to 1974).
Brock paid immediate dividends in St. Louis, batting.348 for the balance of the 1964 season and propelling the Cardinals from eighth place in the N.L. to a World Championship over the New York Yankees.
stlouis.cardinals.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/stl/history/retired_numbers.jsp   (4197 words)

 Lou Brock | BaseballLibrary.com
Brock's greatest season was probably 1967, when he led the Cardinals to another World Championship with a league-leading 113 runs scored, 52 steals, and career highs of 21 homers, 76 RBI, and a.472 slugging average.
Brock's 118 steals in 1974 shattered Maury Wills's major league record of 104, set in 1962, and remains the National league record through the 1980s (Rickey Henderson broke the ML record with 130 in 1982).
Brock's 2nd inning grand slam is the difference in game one, while Hubbs collects eight singles in the afternoon, 3-for-3 in the first game and 5-for-5 in game 2.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/B/Brock_Lou.stm   (2302 words)

 Lou Brock
The deal was essentially Brock for pitcher Ernie Broglio, and is regarded as one of the worst the Cubs ever made.
Brock averaged.348 in the 1964 stretch drive and finished the season at.315, with 111 runs scored, 200 hits, 30 doubles, 11 triples, and 43 stolen bases.
Brock batted.414 with seven steals against Boston in the WS, breaking or tying four Series records.
www.baseball-statistics.com /HOF/Brock.htm   (249 words)

 Lou and Jacqueline Brock and the Brock Ministry
Lou and Jacqueline Brock and the Brock Ministry
The Brocks are both ordained ministers and elders at Abundant Life Fellowship Church in St. Louis.
The Brocks serve on the board of several universities and many local and national youth organizations, including Education Is Freedom Foundation, Variety Club for Children, Wyman Youth Camp, Old Newsboys Day Children’s Charities, ECHO Children’s Home and their own Lou Brock Scholarship Foundation.
www.loubrock.com /ministry.htm   (340 words)

 STLtoday - News - Special Reports   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Brock had a great second half, sparking the Cardinals' rally to the NL pennant and a World Series victory over the New York Yankees.
The triple Lou was in reference to the chant the fans had been shouting that season in appreciation of Brock's stolen bases.
Brock's career, which included 3,000 hits and 938 steals, was capped by a first-ballot election to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1985.
www.stltoday.com /stltoday/news/special/pd125.nsf/0/FC3F36632707C60186256E0700717B2C?OpenDocument   (602 words)

 Lou Brock Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Lou Brock was born on Sunday, June 18, 1939, in El Dorado, Arkansas.
Brock was 22 years old when he broke into the big leagues on September 10, 1961, with the Chicago Cubs.
His biographical data, year-by-year hitting stats, fielding stats, pitching stats (where applicable), career totals, uniform numbers, salary data and miscellaneous items-of-interest are presented by Baseball Almanac on this comprehensive Lou Brock baseball stats page.
www.baseball-almanac.com /players/player.php?p=brocklo01   (293 words)

 Lou Brock's place in baseball history - NetShrine Discussion Forum
Brock attained the record for most stolen bases, both in a season and in a career.
Brock led the NL with 113 runs scored in 1967, a stat that was overlooked at the time.
Lou is in the HoF because he set the major league record for season and career steals (since surpassed) and getting 3,000 hits.
www.netshrine.com /vbulletin2/showthread.php?t=2943   (1453 words)

 HOOD, Edna Lou Brock   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
HOOD, Edna Lou Brock - Beloved wife and devoted mother, grandmother, sister and friend passed away peacefully in her sleep on July 23, 2004, at Mission Villa in Daly City, CA, after a series of strokes at the age of 97.
Born in the Oklahoma Territory to James Douglas Brock and Elzora Bates Brock on Nov 2, 1906.
Edna Lou was preceded in death in 1995 by Cecil, her beloved husband of 53 years; her three brothers, Ed, Claude and Orin; and by two sisters, Nora and Cecile.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/a/2004/07/25/MNHOODEDNA31.DTL&type=printable   (563 words)

 Lou Brock
Lou is one of 19 players in major-league history to collect 3,000 hits in his career, but one of only four who never won a league batting title.
Although in his Cardinal debut (6/16/1964) Lou batted second and had two hits, including a triple, and he stole a base.
Lou was the first Cardinal player to hit 20 or more home runs and steal 20 or more bases in the same season.
www.ford-mobley.com /players/Loub.htm   (634 words)

 Baseball Evolution - Keith - Speed in the Hall of Fame
Brock's great speed not only couldn't overcome his other defensive deficiencies; he couldn't even capitalize on it offensively.
Lou did leg out an awful lot of triples, which we would expect from a left-handed pull hitter.
Lou Brock was one of the worst outfielders ever, a marginally effective hitter, and a great but not legendary basestealer who happened to hold the all-time steals record for a dozen years before Rickey Henderson grabbed it in half of a career.
keith.baseballevolution.com /brockcarey.html   (1075 words)

 ESPN Classic - Brock still has wheels, sets MLB career steals mark
At 38, Lou Brock isn't so fast as he used to be.
Lou!" Brock responds by making history, again stealing second off the battery of pitcher Dave Freisleben and catcher Dave Roberts.
Repeating the first-inning ceremony, the bag at second is unhitched and presented to Brock.
espn.go.com /classic/s/moment010829-brock-all-time-steals.html   (203 words)

 St. Louis Walk of Fame - Lou Brock
The greatest base stealer of his era, St. Louis Cardinal Louis Clark Brock was only the 14th player to have 3,000 hits.
A Cardinal until he retired, Lou Brock entered the Baseball Hall of Fame on the first ballot in 1985.
In 1974, Lou Brock of the St. Louis Cardinals, stole 118 bases to set a single season record.
www.stlouiswalkoffame.org /inductees/lou-brock.html   (152 words)

 Brock honored by Rangers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
FORT WORTH, Texas -- Hall of Fame outfielder Lou Brock and Rangers Player of the Month Michael Young were recognized Friday at the first Dr Pepper Texas Rangers Luncheon of 2004.
Brock is one of the Major Leagues' all-time great base-stealers, ranking second behind Ricky Henderson with 938 stolen bases.
In 1985, Brock was inducted into the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.
www.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/content/printer_friendly/tex/y2004/m06/d11/c768211.jsp   (539 words)

 LOU BROCK   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Lou Brock was born in El Dorado, Arkansas in 1939 and was raised in Collinston Louisiana, where he started playing baseball.
Lou did not start playing baseball until he was 13 but had loved the game before he even began playing.
Brock went on to gain much fame as the all time base stealing champion in the majors(Encyclopedia Britannica.
www.east-buc.k12.ia.us /00_01/bh/lb/lb.htm   (543 words)

 Chicago Louie -- Lou Brock   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Heather and Brock know how tight cash can be during these festive times and so they are are cutting ticket prices in half.
As a dancer he was a member of the internationally acclaimed American Ballroom Theater (AbrT), performing at such venues as The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and including ABrT's 10th Anniversary run at The Joyce Theater in New York City, as well as representing ABrT in numerous guest solo performances throughout Manhattan.
Lou has, over the past 7 years, choreographed for off-Broadway and Independent Film, as well as created his own successful semi-autobiographical shows, "Ballroom Dancin' for Tough Guys", which ran May-September, 1999 at The Duplex Cabaret Theater, NYC and the slickly styled and smoothly funny "Cool", March-May 2001 at The Kraine Theater, NYC.
www.chicagolouie.com   (332 words)

 Lou Brock - St. Louis Cardinals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Lou Brock Autographed event cover; canceled on the date of his July 28, 1985 induction into the Hall of Fame.
Lou was one of the speakers and he autographed the Launch Ceremony Program for me.
Lou led the National League in stolen bases for eight seasons and in 1974 he set the record for most steals in a season with 118.
multirace.org /celebs/celeb41.htm   (138 words)

 Lou Brock Personal Web Site -check out the Lou Brock baseball autographs - Where is he now?
Among nearly 20,000 players to play Major League Baseball, Brock is the 22nd All-time Hits Leader with 3,023 Lifetime Hits and he is the 2nd All-time Stolen Base Leader with 938 Lifetime Stolen Bases.
Order on-line Lou Brock autographed balls, bats, pictures, cards and more - they make great gifts for the sports enthusiast in you life.
The Scholarship page has a link to Education is Freedom the Lou Brock endorsed scholarship program.
www.loubrock.com   (198 words)

 ESPN.com - Page2 - Worst baseball deadline trades
Stolen base legend Lou Brock was a steal for the Cardinals.
When the Cubs traded away Brock, he was a 24-year-old with a.260 average in two big league seasons.
Steinbrenner told then-Yankees manager Lou Piniella that Phelps would seal the pennant for the Yankees in a tight AL East race; instead, Phelps hit just.224, the Yankees finished fifth, and Phelps was dealt to the A's a year later.
espn.go.com /page2/s/list/baseball/worst/deadlinedeals.html   (1980 words)

 Cardinals Greats Lou Brock and Ozzie Smith Help Unveil New Postage Stamps Honoring 20 Baseball Legends
LOUIS - Former St. Louis Cardinals superstars Lou Brock and Ozzie Smith stole the show at Busch Stadium today when the U.S. Postal Service unveiled new commemorative postage stamps honoring 20 legends of Major League Baseball®.
In addition to Brock and Smith, joining Lewis on the field were ceremony emcee Jack Buck, the long-time "Voice of the Redbirds"; Tim Brosnan, Executive Vice President, Major League Baseball®; and Richard "Digger" Phelps, sports broadcaster and member of the Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee.
Lou Gehrig - First baseman for the New York Yankees, Lou Gehrig played in 2,130 consecutive games.
www.psestamp.com /articles/article2564.chtml   (1240 words)

There is no substitute for natural ability, but baseball's former stolen-base king believes the key to success in pro sports comes from within.
The man who revolutionized stealing bases, Brock was selected to the Hall of Fame the first year he became eligible in 1985 after spending 19 seasons in the major leagues with the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals.
He's number two on baseball's all-time stolen base list with 938 and number 10 on the all-time at-bats list with 10,332 and is the proud owner of two World Series championship rings.
www.brooksinternational.com /sports/Lou_Brock_486.htm   (242 words)

Brock was baseball's all-time leader in stolen bases with 938.
He set a major league record by stealing over 50 bases 12 times and a N.L. record with 118 steals in 1974.
Brock led the N.L. in stolen bases 8 times.
www.galleryofhistory.com /archive/5_2003/great_buys/LOU_BROCK.htm   (160 words)

 Lou Brock | National Baseball Hall of Fame
Recognized as one of the most gifted base runners in baseball, Lou Brock helped to revolutionize the art and science of this element of the game as he totaled 938 stolen bases during his 19-year career.
View the Hall of Fame ballot from the year Lou Brock was inducted.
Tell someone about Lou Brock by sending a free Hall of Fame Digital Postcard.
www.baseballhalloffame.org /hofers_and_honorees/hofer_bios/brock_lou.htm   (278 words)

Mary Lou Brock is one of the newest and youngest IJ’s to hit the polka scene.
In 2000-01, Mary Lou was the Pulaski Queen for the Pulaski Days Celebration (www.pulaskidays.org) in Grand Rapids.
The drive to promote her heritage and polka music to the next generation was the motivation to start her own program on that network for all to enjoy.
www.polkajammer.com /MaryLouBio.asp   (286 words)

Lou Brock drives in 5 runs against Houston.
Lou Brock sets a new season Team-Record for RBI with 10 !!!
Lou Brock sets a new season Team-Record for RBI with 14 !!!
www.sportplanet.com /sbb/tel87/tnews15.htm   (1588 words)

 Lou Brock Photos
Lou was the 1st player to steal 50 bases and hit 20 homeruns in the same season and finished his career with 3,000 hits and 149 homeruns.
This 8x10 photo is personally hand signed by Lou Brock.
Lou Brock St. Louis Cardinals Throwback Replica Jersey
www.prosportsmemorabilia.com /ProductDetail.aspx?pfId=33-42514   (327 words)

 Lou Brock
BROCK IN THE BRONZE.(statue of Lou Brock unveiled at Busch Stadium in St. Louis)(Brief Article)
Lou Brock warms to interleague play.(Knight Ridder Newspapers)
www.infoplease.com /ipsa/A0109035.html   (219 words)

 lou brock jersey - Find, Compare, and Buy at Shopping.com
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 Lou Brock Autographed St. Louis Cardinals 5x7 "3000 Hit Club" Photo - Framed (UDA)
Base-stealing wizard Lou Brock proved his top-notch play at the plate by collecting his 3,000th hit on August 13, 1979.
Ironically, the hit came against the Chicago Cubs, the same team that had traded him 15 years earlier for St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Ernie Broglio.
Dennis Lamp was the pitcher who served up the historic single to Brock.
www.autographcity.com /product_info.php?products_id=5372   (145 words)

 Cards Clubhouse.com - Forums & Chat :: View topic - Lou Brock Autograph Signing yesterday
My dad said that he was only signing in Lincoln because they entered some contest and won and Lou was in Lincoln for an autograph signing.
Lou wouldnt sign baseballs or hats or anything like that my dad said but I got myself a signed photograph now of Lou even though I met him about 4-5 years ago when I got a signed baseball from him and Brooks Robinson on the same day at the same autograph signing.
In Lou Brock's 18 seasons in the major leagues, he helped the Cardinals win three pennants and two World Series, made six All-Star game appearances and stole 938 bases, including more than 50 in 12 straight seasons.
www.cardsclubhouse.com /forums/viewtopic.php?t=12332   (600 words)

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