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Jim Ziogas
Jim Ziogas
Position: ASSISTANT COACH
Ziogas begins his 10th year as an assistant coach for the Blue Devils in 2011.

Prior to joining the Blue Devils, Ziogas was the head coach of the Bristol Seicheprey American Legion Post No. 2 team for nine seasons (1994-2002). He guided the team to a state championship in his first season, turning a team that went 15-15 before his arrival to a 46-11 team and zone and state champions. In his nine seasons, the team compiled a record of 307-91 and advanced to the final four of the 1997 Legion World Series after winning the state championship and winning six zone titles.

More than 35 of his players went on to play college baseball. In November of 2002, Ziogas became the first and only former player or coach to have his uniform retired by the Post, which he played for from 1968-71. Ziogas played baseball and graduated from Springfield College. He is a member of the Bristol Hall of Fame and the Hartford Twilight League Hall of Fame. Ziogas resides in Bristol with his wife Roseanne.