- For the 19th century baseball player, see Lou Johnson (pitcher).
Louis Brown Johnson (born September 22, 1932), nicknamed "Sweet Lou" and "Slick", is a former Major League Baseball outfielder. From 1962 through 1969, Johnson played for the 1962 Milwaukee Braves, was back in the minor league for '63 and '64, then played for the Los Angeles Dodgers (1965–67), 1968 Chicago Cubs, 1968 Cleveland Indians, and the 1969 California Angels. Johnson both batted and threw right-handed. He is currently employed by the Dodgers Community Relations Department.
- ^ a b Mark Maloney (July 31, 1999), Baseball Team Gets Thumbs Up From Local Star, Lexington Herald-Leader, p. D1, retrieved November 5, 2013
- ^ "Lou Johnson page at Baseball-Reference". Retrieved 4 November 2013.
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