Brock was inducted into the Player category. He started winning awards at a very young age. In 1961, he was a part of the Optimist International Maple Leafs team that won the Canadian Little League Championship where Brock was voted the top pitcher, top hitter (.516 batting average) and tournament MVP. Brock was a power-hitting outfielder with good speed and a strong arm. He represented Manitoba at the Canada Summer Games in 1969 with the Transcona Atomics. He was picked up by the Brandon Cloverleafs in 1971, helping them win the Canadian Senior Championship. He also played on the Canada national team in Cuba in 1971 where he hit .317 for the tournament. Brock won many batting titles and played on various all-star teams throughout his career.