Bennett is the winningest coach in Fresno State baseball history. He led the Diamond Dogs for 34 seasons, with 1,302 wins before his retirement in 2002.
Back on May 20, Todd Bennett, son of Bob, announced on Facebook that his father's heart had stopped following a procedure. He was put on a ventilator following the complications.
During his time in the hospital, family members of Bennett reached out to the public asking them to send videos of well-wishes for the former Bulldog coach to aid in his recovery. He was able to see the videos before he passed and responded positively to them.
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Bennett became just the 2nd head baseball coach in Fresno State history when he took over following Pete Beiden's retirement in 1969.
He led the Diamond Dogs to 21 NCAA Regionals, 17 conference championships and two College World Series appearances in 1988 and 1991.
His #26 was the first number retired at Fresno State and in 2016, the school renamed its baseball stadium "Bob Bennett Stadium at Pete Beiden Field."
Bob Bennett passed away early this morning surrounded by family at the age of 86.— Stephen Hicks (@StephenABC30) May 31, 2020
The legendary head coach at Fresno State led @FresnoStateBSB to more than 1,300 wins, 21 NCAA Regionals, 17 conference titles & two College World Series appearances. @ABC30 pic.twitter.com/6ndMmkRtcH