Louis Clark Brock was an American professional baseball outfielder (June 18, 1939 – September 6, 2020). He started his 19-year career as Major League Baseball ( MLB) at the 1961 Chicago Cubs and went to St. Louis Cardinals in his big league career.
The Baseball Hall of Fame in 198 was inducted into Brock and the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame is inducted into 2014. He was a St. Louis Cardinals, special teacher coach.
Right bats brock and right thrusts. Brock made his debut in the MLB for the Chicago Cubs on 10 September 1961. Brock and St. Louis‘ Cardinals both played for the Chicago Cubs. The career of Brock ended in 1979 with the Cardinals of St Louis.
Lou Brock Net Worth Compensation for baseball players may vary widely. The average player receives about $3 million annually in the Baseball Major League. Top pro baseball players will earn 25 million dollars annually or more, while lower-ranked players earn 1 million dollars or less.