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Chicago White Sox Roster - Franchise History - 1976–81: The Return of Veeck and The South Side Hitmen
... On December 10, 1975, Bill Veeck regained ownership of the team, and he vowed to make the White Sox an exciting team again ... Besides his customary promotions, Veeck introduced retro uniforms and shorts ... Veeck's strategy to make the team competitive quickly, dubbed "rent-a-player" by sports writers, involved acquiring star players entering the final year of their contracts ...
Clarence Miles
... Their owner, Bill Veeck, had recently been broadsided by the sale of the St ... While Veeck had mounted a considerable effort over the past two years to drive the Cardinals out of St ... Veeck had wanted to move the Browns to Baltimore himself for the 1953 season, but was voted down ...
Bill Veeck
... William Louis "Bill" Veeck, Jr ... Veeck was at various times the owner of the Cleveland Indians, St ... As owner and team president of the Indians in 1947, Veeck signed Larry Doby and thus successfully integrated the American League ...
History Of The Milwaukee Brewers - Overview and Legacy - Bill Veeck and Jolly Cholly
... In 1941 the club was purchased by Bill Veeck (son of former Chicago Cubs president William Veeck, Sr.), in a partnership with former Cubs star Charlie Grimm ... Under Veeck's ownership, the Brewers would become one of the most colorful squads in baseball and Veeck would be become one of the game's premiere showmen ... Constantly creating new promotional gimmicks, Veeck gave away live animals, scheduled morning games for wartime night shift workers, staged weddings at home ...
Myron Noodleman - Performances
... Roland Hemond in a ceremony at the Mike Veeck Promotional Seminar at Hilton Head, South Carolina ... the General Manager of the Chicago White Sox, once served as GM for the late Bill Veeck (Mike's dad) ... Bill Veeck was the one to place the title on the previous and best known Clown Prince of Baseball, Max Patkin ...