Lou Brock, the Corridor of Reputation St. Louis Cardinals’ outfielder who crowned three,000 hits and retired as the all time chief in stolen bases, has died at 81.
Dick Zitzmann, Brock’s longtime agent and buddy, showed Brock’s dying on Sunday to The Related Press, however he mentioned he could not supply any main points. In 2017, Brock used to be recognized with most cancers, and lately, he misplaced a leg from diabetes.
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“Over my 25-plus years of being his agent, he used to be most likely the happiest Corridor of Famer I have ever encountered,” Zitzmann advised AP. “I feel he led a existence that can by no means be duplicated.”
Brock stole 938 bases in his occupation, together with 118 in 1974 — either one of the ones have been MLB information till they have been damaged through Rickey Henderson.
Brock, who had a occupation batting moderate of .293, led the majors in steals 8 instances and scored 100 or extra runs seven instances. He additionally amassed three,023 occupation hits. Within the postseason, Brock used to be much more spectacular. He had a .391 batting moderate, with 4 house runs, 16 RBIs, and 14 steals in 21 International Sequence video games. He led the Cardinals to International Sequence titles in 1964 and 1967.
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Brock’s dying got here after Corridor of Reputation pitcher and New York Mets legend Tom Seaver died on Monday. Brock and Seaver confronted each and every different 157 instances, probably the most prolific matchup for either one of them of their careers.
The Related Press contributed to this record.