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MANAGERIAL/COACHING CAREER: Jim Riggleman is in his seventh season in the organization and in his third year as manager Bryan Price's bench coach...spent 2015 as the Major League club's third base coach...joined the Reds' player development department in 2012 as manager of the new Class AA affiliate in Pensacola, then in 2013 and 2014 served as manager at Class AAA Louisville...has been a manager, coach or instructor at the professional level since 1981, including all or parts of 12 seasons as a manager for the Nationals (2009-11), Mariners (2008), Cubs (1995-99) and Padres (1992-94)...also worked on Major League staffs as third base coach for the Indians (2000), first base coach for the Cardinals (1989-90) and bench coach for the Nationals (2009), Mariners (2008) and Dodgers (2001-04)...made his coaching debut in 1981 at Class AA Arkansas but also managed in the minor leagues for the Cardinals (1982-88) and Padres (1991-92)...spent 3 seasons as the Cardinals' minor league field coordinator (2005-07) and served a stint as that club's farm director.

PLAYING CAREER: Was selected by the Dodgers in the fourth round of the June 1974 amateur draft...played 8 minor league seasons as both an infielder and outfielder...while playing for Arkansas in 1980 was a Texas League All-Star.

PERSONAL: In 1970 graduated from Richard Montgomery High School in Rockville, Maryland...earned a bachelor's degree in physical education from Frostburg State University, located about 140 miles from Washington, enshrined in Frostburg State's Athletic Hall of Fame...established single-game records with 3 HR, 8 RBI and 12 total bases...was on Felipe Alou's National League coaching staff for the 1995 All-Star Game in Texas and on Bruce Bochy's NL staff for the 1999 All-Star Game in Boston...has a son, Jon, and granddaughter, Lily.

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