From SABR Encyclopedia
| Robert Bernard Dillinger
|| 5' 11"
|| 1918-9-17 at Glendale, CA (US)
|| 2009-11-7 at Santa Clarita, CA (US)
|| Glen Haven Mamorial Park in Sylmar, CA (US)
was a professional player.
- Resided in Glendale, California in 1952 and 1953.
- Self-identified as being of English-Dutch ancestry.
- Listed hobbies as golf and hunting.
- Wore glasses in 1952.
- Attended the University of Idaho for two years.
- Led the 1939 Western League in stolen bases with 67 and runs scored with 139.
- Led the 1940 Middle Atlantic League in stolen bases with 67 and times at bat with 522.
- Led the 1947 American League in stolen bases with 34.
- Led the 1948 American League in stolen bases with 28.
- Led the 1949 American League in stolen bases with 20.
- Tied for the lead in runs scored with 109 and hits with 163 in the 1940 Middle Atlantic League.
- Led the 1948 American League in hits with 207.
- Led the 1947 American League third basemen in putouts with 169.
- Led the 1949 American League third basemen in errors with 25.
- Played in the 1949 All Star game, being at bat officially once, scoring two runs, making one hit and driving in one teammate.
- Sold by Philadelphia Athletics (American League) to Pittsburgh Pirates (National League) July 19, 1950.
- 1952 Pacific Coast League Thumbnail Sketches.
- 1953 Pacific Coast League Sketch Book.
- Social Security Death Index (SSN: 559-09-5710).
- ↑ "Galbreath Moves Fast as New Buc Boss, Buys Dillinger...", pg 3. The Sporting News, 1950-07-26.