PHOENIX - Former Arizona Diamondback Luis Gonzalez is being inducted into the Latin American Sports Hall of Fame.
GonzaleZ will be the 16th Major League Baseball player to receive the honor during this Saturday's event, the D-backs announced Tuesday.
Tino Martinez, and seven other athletes, will also be inducted into the hall of fame.
Gonzalez's career in MLB spanned 19 years with the Houston Astros, Chicago Cubs, Detroit Tigers, Los Angeles Dodgers, Florida Marlins and the Arizona Diamondbacks, the organization said.
He compiled 596 career doubles, the 15th highest total in baseball history, according to a press release. He also had a .283 batting average, 354 home runs, and 1,439 RBIs.
Gonzalez's number was retired by the organization on Aug. 7, 2010. He currently serves as the Special Assistant to D-backs President Derrick Hall.