Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.
Eta Psi Sigma Chapter
 

 

Bro. Lou Brock



Bro. Lou Brock, the St. Louis Cardinals outfielder spent nearly 20 years with Major League Baseball, including his first three seasons with the Chicago Cubs. Bro. Brock had a tremendous career accumulating many awards and accolades for his talents on the field and generosity off the field. Among Brock’s many honors were the Babe Ruth Award in 1968 for outstanding player in the World Series; Sporting News Player of the Year in 1974; the Roberto Clemente Award in 1975 for his example on and off the field; and the Lou Gehrig Memorial Award in 1977, honoring a player who exemplified Gehrig’s ability and character. He is also a 2 time World Series champion. Bro. Brock is second all time in bases stolen in MLB history, his.391 World Series batting average is the highest for anyone who played over 20 series games. His 14 stolen bases in World Series play and 13 hits in the 1968 World Series are a single-series record. His #20 is retired by the St. Louis Cardinals. Brock tends to the company he founded, Brockworld Products, Inc. which is a marketing and promotional ventures firm. He is also involved with raising funds for the Lou Brock Scholarship Foundation, which helps students who can't afford college. Brock and his wife, the Rev. Jacqueline Brock, are involved with area charitable and civic efforts, mostly those aimed at helping youth, and serve as elders to the Abundant Life Fellowship Church.