Bristol Sports Hall of Fame

The Bristol Sports Hall of Fame Bristol has long enjoyed a rich history in sports. It’s founding fathers ensured that sports would always be an integral part of Bristol’s way of life by donating land for parks and foundations to support them. Since the 1800’s, Bristol’s industries have supported athletic competition and have sponsored many sports teams. As a result, Bristol has been endowed with a rich sports history that has become part of the fabric of our everyday lives. These Industrial leagues, Bristol school leagues, little leagues, church leagues and private clubs are in some way part of our every day lives. Our mission: “To permanently honor, document and preserve distinctive contributions and achievements to the sports heritage of Bristol”. Learn more about the Bristol Sports Hall of Fame by visiting their website: www.bshof.org

American Legion 1984 State Champions, Northeast Region Champions - Eighth in the World - World Series, New Orleans, LA Bottom row (l to r): Dan Buchanan, Gary Roberge, Craig McCarthy, bat boy PJ Kron, Joe Dess, Rocco Labbadia, Don DeForge, Ken Kron. Middle row: Rick Ouellette, Brian Valentine, Ismael Roman, Mike DeLucia, Ademar Berrios, Bill Masocco, Pat Butler, Nick Vita. Top row: Team Manager Doctor James F. Gilhuly, Head Coach Tom Burns, Asst. Coach Hal Kilby, Bob Kloss, Elliott Pierce, Pat Greene, Assistant Coach Jim Danis, Assistant Manager Paul LaFleur.

American Legion 1984 State Champions, Northeast Region Champions – Eighth in the World – World Series, New Orleans, LA
Bottom row (l to r): Dan Buchanan, Gary Roberge, Craig McCarthy, bat boy PJ Kron, Joe Dess, Rocco Labbadia, Don DeForge, Ken Kron. Middle row: Rick Ouellette, Brian Valentine, Ismael Roman, Mike DeLucia, Ademar Berrios, Bill Masocco, Pat Butler, Nick Vita. Top row: Team Manager Doctor James F. Gilhuly, Head Coach Tom Burns, Asst. Coach Hal Kilby, Bob Kloss, Elliott Pierce, Pat Greene, Assistant Coach Jim Danis, Assistant Manager Paul LaFleur.