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Lou Brock

Lou Brock (1939-2020) is a former Major League Baseball outfielder, who is widely recognized as one of the greatest base stealers in the history of the sport. Brock was born in El Dorado, Arkansas, and raised in Collinston, Louisiana. He attended Southern University, where he excelled in both baseball and track and field. Brock was signed by the Chicago Cubs in 1960, and made his major league debut on September 10, 1961. More about Lou Brock

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Current items with a signature of Lou Brock

These are the most current items with a signature of Lou Brock that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1990 Pacific Legends #12 Lou Brock Autographed Card PSA 10. HOF$9.99logo
thumbnail1997 Donruss Signature Series Lou Brock Auto Autograph 1774/2000 Z11354$14.98logo
thumbnail2004 Fleer Greats Lou Brock Auto Autograph Z11336$14.98logo
thumbnailLou Brock 2001 Donruss Signature Series #112/118 CARDINALS$74.99logo
thumbnailLou Brock PSA DNA Coa Signed 8x10 Photo Cardinals Autograph - Autographed MLB Photos$82.99logo
thumbnailLou Brock St. Louis Cardinals Signed Autograph Custom Jersey Throwback JSA Certified$99.00logo
thumbnailLou Brock Vintage Signed 1967 Topps Card with JSA$175.00logo
thumbnailSt. Louis Cardinals Lou Brock Autographed 14x14 Uniframe$229.99logo
thumbnailSt. Louis Cardinals Lou Brock HOF85 Autographed Photo$229.99logo
During his 16-year career, Brock played for both the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals. He is best remembered for his time with the Cardinals, where he became one of the most feared base runners in baseball. He set the single-season stolen base record twice, with 118 in 1974 and 75 in 1975. Brock stole 938 bases in his career, which was a major league record at the time of his retirement, and is still ranked second on the all-time list. He was a six-time All-Star, a two-time National League stolen base leader, and helped lead the Cardinals to three World Series appearances, winning two in 1964 and 1967.

Brock's baseball career was not without controversy, however. In 1961, he was racially abused by a Chicago Cubs player, and in 1964, he was traded to the Cardinals in a deal that angered many Cubs fans. Nonetheless, Brock retained his dignity and professionalism throughout his career, and was a beloved figure in St. Louis, where he lived until his death in September 2020. In recognition of his contributions to the game, the Cardinals retired his number 20 jersey in 1979, and he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1985. Read even more about Lou Brock at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Lou Brock

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The most expensive item with a signature of Lou Brock (Lou Brock Signed 1962 Topps #387 RC Rookie HOF 1985 PSA 7 PSA/DNA 10 AUTO) was sold in December 2021 for $2912.00 while the cheapest item (Lou brock (HOF 1985) autographed hat plus 4 old sports cards in shadow box!!!) found a new owner for $0.01 in March 2019. The month with the most items sold (263) was September 2020 with an average selling price of $55.00 for an autographed item of Lou Brock. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in April 2017 with $95.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $10.00 was July 2008. In average, an autographed item from Lou Brock is worth $31.00.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Lou Brock were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1977 Topps #355 Lou Brock St. Louis Cardinals HOF PSA VG-EX 4 Auto 10 Autograph$34.99logo
thumbnail1978 Topps Baseball AUTO Lou Brock 170 PSA/DNA Authentic Autograph CARDINALS HOF$32.91logo
thumbnail3 Vintage Lou Brock HOF Signed Autographed 3X5 Index Card With Photo Cardinals$10.50logo
thumbnailLou Brock Autographed Baseball Bat - PSA Authentication - HOF Inscription$73.00logo
thumbnailLou Brock HOF Signed 1977 Topps #355 St. Louis Cardinals CAS AUTO$19.50logo
thumbnailLou Brock HOF Signed 1978 Topps #1 St. Louis Cardinals CAS AUTO$34.00logo
thumbnailLou Brock HOF Signed 1978 Topps #1 St. Louis Cardinals CAS AUTO$36.00logo
thumbnailLou Brock Signed 1974 Topps Baseball Card$6.45logo

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Latest News about Lou Brock

Lou Brock, St. Louis Cardinals legend and Baseball Hall of Famer, dies at 81 (09/07/20): Brock was known for his speed on the basepaths Go to news article

Hall of Famer Brock, Cardinals legend, dies at 81 (09/07/20): Lou Brock, the St. Louis Cardinals' speedster who was a first-ballot member of Baseball's Hall of Fame, has died at 81, the team told ESPN. Go to news article

San Pablo: Lou Brock to speak at free World Diabetes Day event at Doctors Medica (11/08/14): SAN PABLO -- Major League Baseball Hall-of-Famer Lou Brock will speak about his experiences as someone living with diabetes at a free public health informational event from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 11 at Doctors Medical Center, 2000 Vale Road.

Hall of Fame baseball player Lou Brock to be keynote speaker at Cape Fear Valley (10/13/14): Hall of Fame baseball player Lou Brock will be the keynote speaker at a Cape Fear Valley Diabetes Health and Wellness event Nov. 1.

Baseball Hall of Famer Lou Brock encourages others with diabetes “to manage it & (10/08/14): FRANKLIN (WITI) — He was a player who could do it all on the baseball diamond. Hitting, running, fielding — you name it, Lou Brock excelled at it. Now, the Hall of Famer is long past his playing days, but he’s still looking for that big hit. For 19 seasons, Lou Brock was able to […]

Older News Stories about Lou Brock

40 years ago, Lou Brock committed grand larceny (09/2014): Dan O'Neill looks back on the anniversary of the 'Base Burlgar' breaking the single-season steals record with No. 105.

MLB Hall of Famer Southern's Lou Brock is No. 12 on Louisiana's list of all-time (08/2014): He's one of just 28 players with at least 3,000 hits and was a six-time All Star.

John Lowe's Past Time: Exciting Lou Brock helped create this baseball fan (06/2014): The Cardinals' Lou Brock is tagged out at home plate by Bill Freehan of the Tigers in the fifth inning of Game 5 of the 1968 World Series at Tiger Stadium.

Cardinals legend Lou Brock talks World Series, Boston memories (10/2013): The Cardinals and Red Sox on Wednesday will meet up for the fourth time in the World Series, with the Redbirds winning two of those championships.

Hall of Famer Lou Brock Visits Lift Center (06/2013): JACKSON, Tenn.- Lou Brock visited the Lift Wellness Center, Friday afternoon to promote good health. Brock is in the Hub City this weekend as a guest of the West Tennessee Heart and Vascular Center.

Lou Brock a FanFest favorite (07/2012): Lou Brock summoned 10-year-old Lou Fincher to help him answer a question supplied by his dad, Roger, about comparing base runners of different eras.

Hall-of-Famer, Lou Brock talks about Diabetes Awareness (03/2012): The St. Bernards Health & Wellness Institute played host to one of the most famous St. Louis Cardinals of all-time, Lou Brock.  But the Hall-of-Famer was visiting Region 8 to help spread a message of health.

Lou Brock the latest Cardinals great to enjoy 'Night' (01/2012): Lou Brock is part of a St. Louis Cardinals ' trilogy, a procession of Baseball Hall of Famers walking through the doors of the Vanderburgh 4-H Center serving as the featured guest for the annual Night of Memories.

Lou Brock will drum up World Series interest on the ' Today ' show (10/2011): REMEMBER THE BROCKABRELLA: None other than one of the greatest Cardinals of all time, Lou Brock, will be on the " Today " show tomorrow morning with the World Series trophy.

Lou Brock in lineup for Fifth Third Bank grand opening (09/2011): Fifth Third Bank has opened a new branch downtown and has tapped former Cardinals player Lou Brock to make an appearance at a grand opening event Friday.

Lou Brock featured guest for annual Muskegon Walk for Diabetes (05/2011): Former baseball great Lou Brock will participate in the Seventh Annual Muskegon Walk for Diabetes on June 4. Brock, 71, will discuss his battle with Type 2 diabetes, a condition he was diagnosed with after the age of 60. Go to news article

Ex-Cub, Cardinal Lou Brock Talks About Diabetes (04/2011): Baseball Hall of Famer Lou Brock is in the Chicago area Tuesday, visiting with patients at Advocate Christ Medical Center and talking about his battle with diabetes.