Bobby Doerr (born April 7, 1918 in Los Angeles, California) is a former Major League Baseball player. A second baseman, Doerr played his entire fourteen-year career with the Boston Red Sox.
Doerr broke into the majors in 1937 at the age of 19 and, in the following year, became a regular in a powerful Red Sox lineup that included Jimmie Foxx. In 1939, Ted Williams' rookie season with the Sox, Doerr began a string of 12 consecutive seasons with 10 or more home runs and 73 or more RBI. He batted over .300 three times, with six 100-RBI seasons. Never playing a game at a position other than second base, he retired after the 1951 season with a .288 lifetime batting average, 223 home runs, 1247 RBI and nine All-Star Game selections. He was also regarded as the top defensive second basemen of his era.
Doerr was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1986. He has lived in Oregon since his retirement.