Hutch Award Luncheon
The Hutch Award® was established in 1965 to honor baseball great Fred Hutchinson, who died of cancer the previous year at age 45. This prestigious award is given annually to a Major League Baseball player who best exemplifies Fred's honor, courage and dedication on and off the field. Watch a video about professional baseball coach and player Fred Hutchinson and his brother Bill, a medical doctor and cancer researcher, who founded Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Learn more about the 48th annual Hutch Award® winner Barry Zito who was honored at the 2013 Hutch Award Luncheon.