St. Louis Cardinals hall of fame Lou Brock has died. The news was spread by dispatch of the St. Louis post.
According to Rick Humrell reporter’s statement, “Brock passed away in the afternoon on Sunday.” Rick also said Brock was fighting from a variety of medical conditions till the end of his life. Yet, the perfect reason for his death is not confirmed. The exact reason causing his death remains unclear.
He was the living legend in Missouri. Brock was one of the best Cardinals players ever who helped them reach the World Series title in 1964. In 1964, Brock was traded to the team Chicago Cubs, and he was the main factor for winning the Fall Classic again in 1967.
Brock has made many milestones, and yet no one can reach there, but to sum up his achievements, Brock was a six-time All-Star, 2 Time World Series Champ, and had over 3,000 hits on his name. He was a first-ballot HOF inductee.
He’s survived by his wife named Jacqueline, and his son named Lou Jr. Brock was 81 years old,
“Rest In Peace Champion.”