8/29/77, STL-SD: Lou Brock Steals History

8/29/77, STL-SD: Lou Brock Steals History

MLB Radio's The Vault - April 10, 2010

Lou Brock needed one more stolen base to tie Ty Cobb's all-time record of 892, as the St. Louis Cardinals visited Padres Stadium in San Diego. Hear Bob Starr and Jack Buck's original radio call of the record-tying and record-breaking steals, as heard that night on KMOX.

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