In six seasons, Doerr would bat over.290, and he would showcase decent power with nine years with at least 15 Home Runs. Six of those years, Doerr would have triple digits in Runs Batted In, and in 1944, he won the Slugging Title with a .528 mark. Doerr would have eight years where he had accrued MVP votes, and in two years (1944 & 1946), he would finish in the top ten, peaking with a third-place tally in 1946.
He played until 1951 and retired at 33 due to spinal issues. Over his career, Doerr would have 2,042 Hits with 233 Home Runs.In 1986, Doerr would be chosen to enter the Baseball Hall of Fame by the Veteran’s Committee.