Bobby Doerr dies at 99, second baseman for and 'silent captain' of Boston Red Sox in 1940s
Tuesday, 14 November 2017 Bobby Doerr played for years alongside Boston Red Sox greats Ted Williams, Johnny Pesky and Dom DiMaggio, and while Williams was the era’s dominant hitter and Pesky and DiMaggio captured the hearts of Boston’s fans, the steady, genial Doerr was the glue that held the 1940s team together as it revived...
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