September 17, 1918|
|Died: November 7, 2009
Santa Clarita, California
|April 16, 1946, for the St. Louis Browns|
|Last MLB appearance|
|September 28, 1951, for the Chicago White Sox|
|Runs batted in||213|
|Career highlights and awards|
Robert Bernard "Bob" Dillinger (September 17, 1918 – November 7, 2009) was a professional baseball third baseman in the major leagues from 1946 to 1951. He played for the St. Louis Browns, Philadelphia Athletics, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Chicago White Sox.
Dillinger led the American League in hits in 1948 with 207, was an A.L. All-Star in 1949, and was the A.L. stolen base champion for three consecutive seasons. An excellent contact hitter, his career batting average in the majors was .306, amassing 888 hits in 3,201 plate appearances. 
Born in Glendale, California, Dillinger attended the University of Idaho in Moscow and played football for the Vandals, but broke his collarbone as a freshman in 1936 and was injured again as a sophomore; he left the school in the spring of 1938. He was signed by the Browns as an amateur free agent in 1939.
- "Baseball prospect was former Vandal". Spokane Daily Chronicle. Associated Press. December 11, 1948. p. 8.