Bill Veeck (far right, as pegged-leg fifer), from Opening Day ceremonies for the Chicago White Sox, 1976
He "killed time daily in the bathtub with a book or newspaper in hand and his wooden limb nearby, flicking cigarette ash into its built-in tray."
Veeck also hired Max Patkin, “The Clown Prince of Baseball,” as a coach for the Cleveland Indians:

Veeck as in Wreck: The Autobiography of Bill Veeck

Bill Veeck (far right, as pegged-leg fifer), from Opening Day ceremonies for the Chicago White Sox, 1976

He "killed time daily in the bathtub with a book or newspaper in hand and his wooden limb nearby, flicking cigarette ash into its built-in tray."

Veeck also hired Max Patkin, “The Clown Prince of Baseball,” as a coach for the Cleveland Indians:

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Veeck as in Wreck: The Autobiography of Bill Veeck

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    Wooden limb with a built-in ashtray? Wooden limb with a built-in ashtray!
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