Bill Doran (born May 28, 1958 in Cincinnati, Ohio) is a former second baseman in Major League Baseball who played from 1982 to 1993 with the Houston Astros (drafted in 6th round of 1979), Cincinnati Reds, and Milwaukee Brewers.
Doran had a career .266 batting average, but had four seasons when he placed in the top 10 in the National League in bases on balls. Doran never made an All-Star team, but was a fan favorite at the Astrodome. He was widely considered the best Astros second baseman in team history until the emergence of Craig Biggio. He is among the career leaders in many offensive categories for the Astros. He is top 10 in: at bats (8th), runs (8th), hits (8th), singles (8th), triples (10th), total bases (9th), and bases on balls (6th).