George McQuinn (May 29, 1910 - December 24, 1978) was a Major League Baseball first baseman. He batted and threw left-handed.
A native from Alexandria, Virginia, McQuinn was a solid hitter and an excellent fielder as well. In 12-year career he played for the Cincinnati Reds (1936), St. Louis Browns (1938-45), Philadelphia Athletics (1946) and New York Yankees (1947-48), being selected an All-Star in seven seasons.
McQuinn enjoyed his first good season in 1938, collecting a .324 career-high batting average with 12 home runs, 42 doubles, 100 runs and 82 RBI. In 1939, he hit .316 with 101 runs and 94 RBI, adding double figures in doubles (37), triples (13) and homers (20); a feat that he repeated a year later (39, 10, 16).
In 1947, at age of 36, McQuinn hit .304 with 13 home runs and 80 RBI, and was nominated for the MVP Award. In the next season, he retired in good form with a seven All-Star berth.
McQuinn was a career .276 hitter with 135 home runs and 794 RBI in 1550 games. After retiring, he scouted for the Washington Senators and Montreal Expos.
George McQuinn died in Alexandria, Virginia, at age of 68.