Charles Perry Gorin (born February 6, 1928 in Waco, Texas), was a Major League Baseball pitcher who played in 1954 and 1955 with the Milwaukee Braves. He batted and threw left-handed. Gorin had a 0-1 record, with a 3.60 ERA, in 7 games, in his two year Major League career that was interrupted by his service in the Korean War.
He was signed by the Boston Braves as an amateur free agent in 1950.
His signing followed a successful career at the University of Texas on the 1948-49-50 teams. He was selected twice as All-Southwest Conference (SWC) pitcher. During the 1949 and 1950 seasons, the Longhorns became the first to win back-to-back College World Series championships in NCAA history. Gorin was a starting pitcher on both those teams, and won three games in the 1950 CWS, when UT won the championship by coming through the users bracket.