The Hispanic Heritage Baseball Museum Hall of Fame is dedicated to recognizing those for their achievements and commitment in the game of baseball and to the community.
The award is given for significant contributions to the game of baseball during your professional baseball career in the United States and Latin America.
Created in 2009, The award is given annually to honor the memory and sportsmanship of the late San Francisco Giants shortstop Jose Uribe at AT&T Park in San Francisco.
The recipient of this award has to set an example though outstanding contributions to the game of baseball, for their on going commitment to the Giants Hispanic community and for servicing as a role model for Hispanic youth and for exemplifying the character and the spirit of Jose Uribe.
The award is presented for meritorious and distinguished service to the local area in the Hispanic community.
This award recognizes the achievement of amateur baseball and softball players who have excelled in the Olympics.
The award is presented to those individuals who have pioneered in the game of baseball.