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    William Louis Veeck Jr. ( / ˈvɛk / VECK; February 9, 1914 – January 2, 1986), also known as " Sport Shirt Bill " [1] and " Wild Bill " [2] was an American Major League Baseball franchise owner and promoter. Veeck was at various times the owner of the Cleveland Indians, the St. Louis Browns, and the Chicago White Sox.

    • January 2, 1986 (aged 71), Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
  2. 12 de jun. de 2016 · Bill Veeck, genio innovador del béisbol espectáculo 19 de agosto de 1951. Los Detroit Tigers visitaban a los alicaídos Saint Louis Browns en el viejo Sportsman’s Park de la ciudad del estado de Missouri.

  3. Hace 1 día · About Bill Veeck. He was the man who brought a midget to home plate and explosives to the outfield of Comiskey Park. But beyond the flash, legendary owner Bill Veeck’s open-minded approach brought positive changes to the game of baseball.

  4. Bill Veeck, byname of William Louis Veeck, Jr., (born February 9, 1914, Hinsdale, Illinois, U.S.—died January 2, 1986, Chicago, Illinois), American professional baseballclub executive and owner, who introduced many innovationsin promotion. Veeck grew up with baseball management. His father, a Chicago sportswriter, became president of the ...

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  5. Bill Veeck: The Maverick Who Changed Baseball. 10 min read. A- A+. Veeck changed baseball forever, integrating the American League in 1949 and creating a variety of stunts and promotions to bring more fans to the stadium.

  6. Born on Feb. 9, 1914, in Chicago, Veeck grew up in the suburb of Hinsdale. When Bill was four, his father, sportswriter William Veeck Sr., became president of the Chicago Cubs. By the time he...