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Mike Scioscia | Catcher

Team: Los Angeles Angels
Age / DOB:  (59) / 11/27/1958
Ht / Wt:  6'2" / 205
Bats / Throws: Left / Right

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The Angels have hired Josh Paul as their bench coach.
Paul, who had a nine-year career in MLB as a catcher, has been working in player development with the Yankees. He'll replace Dino Ebel, who will make the shift from bench coach to third base coach for 2018. Paul appeared in 80 games with the Angels from 2004-2005, including the 2005 postseason. Tue, Nov 21, 2017 03:41:00 PM

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The Angels are shifting Dino Ebel from bench coach to third base coach.

Ebel has been Mike Scioscia's bench coach for the past four seasons. The change was made after the Angels lost third base coach Ron Roenicke to the Red Sox. The club plans to interview bench coach candidates this week.
Mon, Nov 13, 2017 05:02:00 PM

The Angels have named Eric Hinske as their new hitting coach.

He'll replace Dave Hansen, who served as hitting coach for the past two seasons. The Angels decided to cut ties after the season. Hinske has worked for the Cubs for the past four seasons, including the last three as assistant hitting coach.
Mon, Oct 23, 2017 03:59:00 PM

Mike Scioscia plans on returning to manage the Angels in 2018, which is the last year of his contract.

Scioscia signed a record 10-year deal for a manager before the 2009 season. He's managed the Angels for 18 years now, going 1,570-1,346. His team has been to the postseason just once in the last eight years, losing 3-0 in the ALDS in 2004. Still, this year's group was in contention until the final week, finishing a respectable 80-82 despite myriad pitching injuries and losing Mike Trout for a chunk of the season.
Mon, Oct 2, 2017 02:24:00 PM

Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports that the Angels will name Dave Hansen their new hitting coach.

Fletcher says the hire will likely be officially announced next week. It's a promotion for Hansen, who has served as the assistant hitting coach with the Halos for the last two seasons.
Mon, Nov 2, 2015 09:39:00 PM

The Angels have named Charles Nagy their pitching coach.

Nagy served as the Diamondbacks' pitching coach from 2011-13 before being fired. Interestingly, former Angels pitching coach Mike Butcher agreed to become the D'Backs pitching coach last week.
Mon, Nov 2, 2015 09:37:00 PM

Angels hired Billy Eppler as general manager.

Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times broke the news on Sunday night and now Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Times reports that Eppler will officially be introduced on Monday afternoon in Anaheim. The 40-year-old takes over for Bill Stoneman, who had been serving as the Angels' interim general manager since Jerry Dipoto's resignation in early July. Eppler was an assistant under Yankees general manager Brian Cashman. He worked for the Rockies for five years before that.
Mon, Oct 5, 2015 10:44:00 AM

Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times reports that Mike Scioscia plans to manage the Angels in 2016 and will not exercise the opt-out clause in his contract.

With all of the changes going in the the Angels front office, there had been speculation that Scioscia may opt-out of his contract and look elsewhere, but it appears as though he'll remain in the role he has fulfilled so admirably since 2000. In his 16 seasons with the Angels, he has a 1416-1176 career record and a World Series title (2002).
Sun, Oct 4, 2015 10:43:00 PM

According to Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times, the Angels are expected to name Billy Eppler as their General Manager on Monday.

Eppler, who is currently the Assistant General Manager for the Yankees, first interviewed for the Angels opening back in 2011, where he was one of the finalists before Jerry DiPoto was hired. He has long been considered the favorite for the position, and it looks as though things will be made official with Monday's announcement.
Sun, Oct 4, 2015 08:21:00 PM

After the completion of Thursday's action, Fagraphs pegs the Angels' chances at the playoffs at 17 percent.

The Halos are clawing it out with the Twins and Astros for the final Wild Card slot. After Tuesday's action, they had a 57% shot of winning it, but things haven't gone so hot for them since then. On Wednesday, they lost 8-7 to the A's while the Astros mounted a dramatic comeback down three runs against the Mariners. The Angels then lost the first game of their final four-game set against the Rangers. And of course, the Twins further muddied the water by winning three of their last four. All of that over and done, the Angels and Twins are both one game back of the Astros for the final spot. It breaks down as follows: Heading into the final weekend, the Angels face the Rangers, the Astros face the Diamondbacks and the Twins play the Royals. If there is a three-way tie at the end of the weekend, it would result in a series of playoff games. Obviously, the Astros still maintain their lead and should be considered the favorite unless the Snakes spring an upset.
Fri, Oct 2, 2015 02:49:00 PM's Alden Gonzalez reports that "all signs continue to point" to the Angels hiring Yankees assistant general manager Billy Eppler as their GM.

Gonzalez thinks the Halos might simply be delaying an announcement until after the Yanks are eliminated from the postseason. Eppler is very well thought of and has interviewed for multiple GM posts in the past, so this would seem to be a good get for the Angels considering the less-than-inviting dynamic they have with owner Arte Moreno and manager Mike Scioscia at the helm.
Mon, Sep 28, 2015 08:02:00 PM

Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports reports that the Angels are interested in Dodgers Vice President of Baseball Operations Josh Byrnes.

Rosenthal notes that the Angels interest would be either as their President of Baseball Operations or in a General Manager role. Byrnes previously worked as the GM of the Diamondbacks (2005-2010) and Padres (2011-2014) before joining the Dodgers front office prior to this season.
Sat, Sep 26, 2015 12:14:00 PM

Angels general manager Jerry Dipoto has announced that he has resigned from his position.

Owner Arte Moreno and president John Carpino made a last-ditch effort to try and keep Dipoto around, but it didn't work. Dipoto's relationship with manager Mike Scioscia has become frayed enough to this point that it didn't make sense to stick around. ESPN's Jerry Crasnick reported previously that assistant general manager Matt Klentak is expected to be promoted to take Dipoto's vacated spot.
Wed, Jul 1, 2015 02:59:00 PM

ESPN's Jerry Crasnick reports that Angels assistant general manager Matt Klentak is expected to be promoted to general manager.

That's assuming Jerry Dipoto leaves, which is expected even though FOX Sports' Jon Morosi has reported that owner Arte Moreno and president John Carpino are making a last-ditch effort to keep him. A resolution is expected later Wednesday.
Wed, Jul 1, 2015 12:33:00 PM

FOX Sports' Jon Morosi reports that Angels owner Arte Moreno and president John Carpino are "still trying to broker a peace" between general manager Jerry Dipoto and manager Mike Scioscia.

Various earlier reports said the Dipoto was definitely leaving, but Morosi is hearing it's not a done deal yet. It's hard to imagine Dipoto and Scioscia repairing their fractured relationship at this point, but we'll see. The situation should be resolved later Wednesday.
Wed, Jul 1, 2015 11:45:00 AM

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