Lou Brock St. Louis Cardinals

Age: 82 (June 18, 1939) | 170lbs. | Bats: Left
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
CHN NL 1961 4 11 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .091 .167 .091 8 25 .125 n/a
CHN NL 1962 123 434 73 114 35 96 24 7 9 35 16 7 .263 .319 .412 7 20 .314 n/a
CHN NL 1963 148 547 79 141 31 122 19 11 9 37 24 12 .258 .300 .382 5 21 .314 n/a
CHN NL 1964 52 215 30 54 13 40 9 2 2 14 10 3 .251 .300 .340 6 17 .301 n/a
STL NL 1964 103 419 81 146 27 87 21 9 12 44 33 15 .348 .387 .527 6 20 .414 n/a
STL NL 1965 155 631 107 182 45 116 35 8 16 69 63 27 .288 .345 .445 6 17 .333 n/a
STL NL 1966 156 643 94 183 31 134 24 12 15 46 74 18 .285 .320 .429 5 20 .339 n/a
STL NL 1967 159 689 113 206 24 109 32 12 21 76 52 18 .299 .327 .472 3 15 .329 n/a
STL NL 1968 159 660 92 184 46 124 46 14 6 51 62 12 .279 .328 .418 6 17 .335 n/a
STL NL 1969 157 655 97 195 50 115 33 10 12 47 53 14 .298 .349 .434 7 16 .346 n/a
STL NL 1970 155 664 114 202 60 99 29 5 13 57 51 15 .304 .361 .422 8 14 .341 n/a
STL NL 1971 157 640 126 200 76 107 37 7 7 61 64 19 .312 .385 .425 11 15 .366 n/a
STL NL 1972 153 621 81 193 47 93 26 8 3 42 63 18 .311 .359 .393 7 14 .360 n/a
STL NL 1973 160 650 110 193 71 112 29 8 7 63 70 20 .297 .364 .398 10 15 .347 n/a
STL NL 1974 153 635 105 194 61 88 25 7 3 48 118 33 .306 .368 .381 9 13 .350 n/a
STL NL 1975 136 528 78 163 38 64 27 6 3 47 56 16 .309 .359 .400 7 11 .347 n/a
STL NL 1976 133 498 73 150 35 75 24 5 4 67 56 19 .301 .344 .394 6 14 .344 n/a
STL NL 1977 141 489 69 133 30 74 22 6 2 46 35 24 .272 .317 .354 6 14 .317 n/a
STL NL 1978 92 298 31 66 17 29 9 0 0 12 17 5 .221 .263 .252 5 9 .244 n/a
STL NL 1979 120 405 56 123 23 43 15 4 5 38 21 12 .304 .342 .398 5 10 .326 n/a
Career 19yrs 2616 10332 1610 3023 761 1730 486 141 149 900 938 307 .293 .343 .410 7 16 .338 n/a
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Albert Pujols had this to say: "Lou Brock was one of the finest men I have ever known.
Coming into this league as a 21-year-old kid, Lou Brock was one of the first Hall-of-Fame players I had the privilege to meet. He told me I belonged here in the big-leagues. 
1975 winner of the Roberto Clemente Award, Lou always understood his role in giving back to his community. He was a Godly man who lead his family with Christian principles and love.  He was a dear friend to me. I loved him very much."  Albert Pujols  @PujolsFive

Frank Smith Pancho
Sep 7 '20

Eugene is right, of course, that there is no one like Rickey.

But it's fascinating to see that Brock, whose biggest flaw (on offense) was considered to be that he struck out too much, actually struck out only 16 percent of the time in his career.

Not as good as Rickey, but close.

Alex Patton Alex
Sep 7 '20

Another one that hurts. If he could field like Rickey or take walks like Rickey, he would have been the equal to Rickey. Or close.

Alex Patton Alex
Sep 7 '20

One of mine too. Strange that he wasn't a better fielder but the rest of his game was sensational. In the World Series he was other-worldly.

Alex Patton Alex
Aug 13 '20