Lou Brock, baseball Hall of Famer

You can’t be afraid to make errors; you can’t be afraid to be naked before the crowd, because no one can ever master the game of baseball, or conquer it — you can only challenge it.

—Lou Brock, baseball Hall of Famer. Brock began his career with the Chicago Cubs in 1961 and retired with the St. Louis Cards in 1979. On Sept. 23, 1979, Brock became the league’s all-time stolen base leader with 935; Rickey Henderson would break that record 12 years later. Brock, 74, is now an ordained minister living in St. Louis.