Mike Scioscia

Full Name: Michael Lorri Scioscia
Height: 6'2" Weight: 220 lbs.
Born: November 27, 1958 in Upper Darby, PA
Major League Career: 1980 to 1992
Managerial Debut: April 2000

Year TM/L G W L PCT M/Y W-EXP A-E Standing
2000 ANA-A 162 82 80 0.506   80.8 1.2 3 West
2001 ANA-A 162 75 87 0.463   78.8 -3.8 3 West
2002 ANA-A 162 99 63 0.611   92.2 6.8 1 West Won WS
2003 ANA-A 162 77 85 0.475   80.6 -3.6 3 West
2004 ANA-A 162 92 70 0.568   85.8 6.2 1 West Lost Div Playoffs
2005 LAA-A 162 95 67 0.586   87.8 7.2 1 West Lost LCS
2006 LAA-A 162 89 73 0.549   82.8 6.2 2 West
2007 LAA-A 162 94 68 0.580   85.7 8.3 1 West Lost Div Playoffs
Totals 8 1296 703 593 0.542   674.6 28.4  

2006 marks sixth season as Angels manager and sixth in major leagues. Owns a 520-452 (.535) career mark as 16th field manager in Angels history...Has taken Angels to post-season three of last four seasons and is only Angels manager to record three playoff appearances...Is second Angels manager to win two division titles (Gene Mauch, 1982 & 1986)...His 520 career wins rank second-most in club history behind Bill Rigney (625 in 9 seasons)...Scioscia averages 86.7 wins per season, the most per season in club history...His .535 winning percentage is best in club history, topping Mauch (.533, 379-332), based on 162 or more games managed...Had contract extended, Nov. 4, through 2009 with club option for 2010...

In 2005, he guided Angels to 95-67 mark and second straight West Division title (first time in club history)...Earned 500th career win, Sept. 1 vs. Oakland (3-0)

In 2004, he led Angels to clubs first West Division title in 18 seasons (1986) with a 92-70 record...Earned 400th career victory, Aug. 19 at Tampa Bay (10-7)

In 2003, he led Angels to a 77-85 record and third place finish in the AL West (-19)... Posted 300th win, July 5, 2003 at Oakland...On July 12, received two-year contract extension through 2007 with club option for 2008...Was AL manager for 74th All-Star Game in Chicago (IL), July 15th (AL won, 7-6)

In 2002, led Angels to World Championship and best record in club history (99-63)...Honored as 2002 Major League Manager of Year by Baseball America and 2002 A.L. Manager of the Year by The Sporting News, USA Today Sports Weekly and BBWAA...Named recipient of the 2002 C.I. Taylor Award for AL Manager of the Year by Negro Leagues Baseball Museum...Is 17th person in history to win World Series Championship as both player and manager (12 others won as player/manager in same season)... Led Angels to A.L. Wild Card playoff berth in 2002 (-4 behind Oakland)...Increase in wins (24; 75-87 in 2001, 3rd in AL West) and games in standings (37; -41 in 2001) from one year to next is best in club history and in major leagues in 2002

Posted 250th career win, Sept. 14 vs. Texas...In 2001, compiled 75-87 record, guiding Angels to third place finish in A.L. West (-41)...Club extended his contract through 2005 season (with club option for 2006), Aug. 20, 2001... Posted his 100th win, May 16, 2000 vs. Toronto

In 2000, posted 82-80 record in debut season, guiding Angels to third place finish in A.L. West (-9 1/2)...Led club to 12-win improvement from 1999 season (best since 14 in 1997) and 15 1/2 game increase in standings from previous season (best since 21 game increase in 1989)...Finished fourth in Manager of Year voting

In 1999, served as manager of Albuquerque Dukes (Los Angeles triple-A affiliate) of Pacific Coast League in 1999...Guided Dukes to 65-74 record and third place finish in leagues Central Division, before resigning Sept. 20...Served as Dodgers bench coach in 1997-98 and as organizations minor league catching coordinator in 1995-96...In 1997, coached third base from May 16-June 3 when Joe Amalfitano missed 18 games due to personal reasons...Coached first base from July 14 through remainder of season after Reggie Smith underwent neck surgery...Managed Peoria Javelinas to Arizona Fall League Championship in 1997...Team set AFL record in batting average (.317) and led league in ERA (4.15).





Team and League
Games managed (including ties)
Percentage of games won
Manager/Year (The latter number indicates how many managers the team employed that year, while the former indicates the chronological position of the manager [i.e. 1-2 would mean this manager was the first of two managers during that year]).
Expected Wins. Calculated for the team based on its actual runs scored and allowed. A team that allows exactly as many runs as it scores is predicted to play .500 ball.
Actual Wins Minus Expected Wins (A measure of the extent to which a team outperformed (or underperformed) its talent. (Over time this reflects good/bad managing).
Team's final standing for the season or, in the case of multiple managers, the standings at the time the manager departed.