Chat with Lou Brock

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Lou Brock Brock scored 1,610 runs in his career.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Tuesday, baseball Hall of Famer Lou Brock stops by to chat about the MLB season, including the upcoming All-Star Game.

Brock won two World Series titles, made six All-Star teams and earned election into the Hall of Fame in 1985. His 938 career stolen bases sat as a record from 1979 until 1991 when Rickey Henderson broke it. The 3,023 hits he had in his career sits 23rd all-time.

Brock is working with "Feeding America" the nation's largest domestic hunger relief organization, providing food and groceries to 36 million Americans in its "Hits for Hunger" program. Bank of America will donate $5,000 for every recorded hit during the All-Star Game and will match all donations, up to $100,000, made today to the Feeding America Web site.

Send your questions now and join Brock Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. ET!

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