The Hispanic Heritage Baseball Museum, Inc., was established in San Francisco CA in June 1999, as a not for profit institution, 501 (c)(3). It is dedicated to, recognizing the contributions made to baseball by it’s Hispanic players.
The Hispanic Heritage Baseball Museum is committed to preserving the history and profound influence that Hispanic players have had on “America’s Favorite Past Time”. Our primary purpose is to provide a center where displays of Hispanic baseball history will educate visitors on the true meaning of diversity, as exemplified in sports. We also offer traveling exhibitions of our prized collection through out the year.
The HHBM will display mementos of Hispanic Major League players of the past and present. The museum will be built on donations from corporate sponsors, private donors, and fund raising activities.
The formation of the HHMB is a “labor of love” begun by it’s Founder, President and CEO – Mr. Gabriel (Tito) Avila, Jr. HHBM Officers and Members of the Board of Directors include Major League players, baseball Hall of Famers as well as prominent citizens from the private and public sectors of the community.
Join us in celebration of our colorful heroes of Baseball, past and present. Support the HHBM by becoming a member