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August 24, 1951 > St. Louis Browns owner Bill Veeck pulls off another one of his famous stunts. Veeck allows over 1,000 fans to act as "grandstand managers" during a game at Sportsman's Park. Using placards to vote on lineup and strategy decisions, the fans guide the last-place Browns to a 5-3 win over the Philadelphia Athletics.