Born: June 18, 1939 in El Dorado, Ark.
Teams: Chicago Cubs (1961-64), St. Louis Cardinals (1964-79)
Inducted into Hall of Fame: 1985
Primary position: Left field
- One of the top base-stealers in history, he had 938 in his 19-year career.
- A career .293 hitter, he had 3,023 hits in his career and was elected in his first year of eligibility.
- Led the Cardinals to to three NL pennants and two World Series titles (1964, 1967).
- A six-time NL All-Star.
After Playing Career:
- After retiring, Brock prospered as a businessman, especially as a florist in the St. Louis area.