Bill Veeck Typed Letter Signed on White Sox letterhead PSA/DNA

Bill Veeck (D. 1986), also known as "Sport Shirt Bill", was a native of Chicago, Illinois, and a franchise owner and promoter in Major League Baseball. Veeck was at various times the owner of the Cleveland Indians, St. Louis Browns and Chicago White Sox. As owner and team president of the Indians in 1947, Veeck signed Larry Doby, thus beginning the integration of the American League. Veeck was the last owner to purchase a baseball franchise without an independent fortune, and is responsible for many innovations and contributions to baseball.

Finding it hard to financially compete, Veeck retired after the 1980 Chicago White Sox season. He died of cancer six years later. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame five years later in 1991.

Offered is a typed letter signed (8.5” x 11”) by Veeck on White Sox letterhead on May 12, 1960.

Accompanied by PSA/DNA cert card.



Item: 10756

Price: $150.00
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Bill Veeck Typed Letter Signed on White Sox letterhead PSA/DNA