Updated: September 13, 2006, 7:02 PM ETBy Nick Acocella | Special to ESPN.com
Signature GameAug. 19, 1951 - Veeck's most famous stunt also produced one of baseball's most famous photographs: 3-foot-7, 65-pound Eddie Gaedel in a wide, righthanded, Joe DiMaggio-like stance holding a toy bat with Detroit catcher Bob Swift grabbing a high pitch and umpire Ed Hurley crouching lower than usual.
Gaedel had helped celebrate the American League's 50th birthday between games of a doubleheader by donning a St. Louis Browns uniform with the number 1/8 and popping ...
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