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Michael Lorri Scioscia (/ˈsoʊʃə/, SOH-shə; born November 27, 1958), nicknamed "Sosh" and "El Jefe", is an American former Major League Baseball catcher and manager in Major League Baseball (MLB). He managed the Anaheim / Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim / Los Angeles Angels from the 2000 season through the 2018 season, and was the longest-tenured manager in Major League Baseball and second-longest-tenured coach/manager in the "Big Four" (MLB, NFL, NHL, and NBA), behind only Gregg Popovich at the time of his retirement. As a player, Scioscia made his major league debut with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1980. He was selected to two All-Star Games and won two World Series over the course of his 13-year MLB career, which was spent entirely with the Dodgers; this made him the only person in MLB history to spend his entire playing career with one team and entire managing career with another team with 10+ years in both places. He was signed by the San Diego Padres and Texas Rangers late in his career, but never appeared in a major league game for either team due to injury. More about Mike Scioscia
These are the most current items with a signature of Mike Scioscia that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|1990 Score #398 Mike Scioscia Auto Dodgers Autograph Vintage Rare !!!||$9.99|
|Jim Palmer, Matt Palmer, Mike Scioscia, Autographed Baseball, and Case included!||$59.99|
|MIKE SCIOSCIA DODGERS NAMEPLATE FO AUTOGRAPHED Signed Baseball Display CUBE CASE||$6.99|
|MIKE SCIOSCIA DODGERS NAMEPLATE FOR AUTOGRAPHED Signed BASEBALL-JERSEY-BAT-PHOTO||$7.99|
|Mike Scioscia Signed 2002 World Series Baseball w/ 02 WS Champs BAS||$299.99|
|Signed Eric Davis and Mike Scioscia baseball, Dogers.||$23.00|
|STRAT-O-MATIC Signed Card 81 Dodgers Mike Scioscia||$6.75|
In total, we tracked 896 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
The most expensive item with a signature of Mike Scioscia (Dodgers Fernando Valenzuela Mike Scioscia Autograph 1981 Topps 302 Rookie Signed) was sold in May 2020 for $329.99 while the cheapest item (Mike Scioscia 88 World Series Signed Gateway Cachet) found a new owner for $0.06 in March 2009. The month with the most items sold (23) was October 2009 with an average selling price of $9.99 for an autographed item of Mike Scioscia. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in December 2018 with $66.47 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was June 2016. In average, an autographed item from Mike Scioscia is worth $10.00.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Mike Scioscia were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|1982 Fleer Mike Scioscia #22 Auto Autographed Signed Los Angeles Dodgers Champs!||$20.00|
|1986 Topps Mike Scioscia Signed In Person Auto||$9.99|
|2001 Topps Base Hit Autograph Relics Mike Scioscia (BH1)||$135.59|
|A Sign of History MIKE SCIOSCIA SIGNED AUTO Autograph Custom Cut Card ANGELS 1/1||$14.99|
|Mike Scioscia 2009 SGA Bust Autographed w/box||$40.00|
|Mike Scioscia autographed card||$12.00|
|MIKE SCIOSCIA DODGERS AUTOGRAPH SIGNED OFFICIAL WHITE MLB RAWLINGS BASEBALL||$18.50|
|mike scioscia Signed 1081 Topps Rookie Card Beckett#302||$99.99|
|Mike Scioscia Signed 1988 World Series Gateway Stamp Cachet - Dodgers||$5.50|
|Mike Scioscia SIGNED 1989 Fleer World Series #4 w PSA authentication||$24.99|
Scioscia adds pitching coach Wallace to U.S. staff (04/22/21): Team USA baseball coach Mike Scioscia named pitching coach Dave Wallace, bench coach Jerry Weinstein, hitting coach Ernie Young, base coach Darren Fenster and bullpen coach Roly de Armas to his staff.
Scioscia to manage U.S. in Olympic qualifying (04/06/21): USA Baseball has hired Mike Scioscia to lead a team of minor leaguers in the Baseball Americas Qualifier -- a second-chance Olympic qualifying event -- to be played in June in Florida.
Angels Notes: Mike Scioscia looks ahead, not behind (02/25/15): TEMPE, Ariz. -- On the morning before the Angels first full squad workout of the spring, Mike Scisocia made his customary address to the team. He said there was no mention of those three days last October. "I didn't bring up the playoffs," Scioscia...
CSUB hosts Angels manager Mike Scioscia (01/2015): CSUB brought Angels skipper Mike Scioscia to Bakersfield for its second-annual Hot Stove fundraiser, benefiting the Runners baseball program.
Angels' Mike Scioscia cautious about Garrett Richards' return (12/2014): Garrett Richards, who underwent surgery in August for a torn tendon in his left knee, was cleared by doctors Monday to begin throwing, and his agent said the right-hander was "on track" to be ready by the 2015 season opener.
Angels' Mike Scioscia finishes 2nd in AL Manager of Year voting (11/2014): A little over a year after rumors were rampant that Mike Scioscia may be fired, he finished second on Tuesday in the race for the AL Manager of the Year.
Mike Scioscia is considering using a three-man rotation in the ALDS (09/2014): The Angels' rotation is thin beyond Matt Shoemaker, Jered Weaver, and C.J. Wilson, so manager Mike Scioscia may do the obvious thing and utilize a three-man rotation in the ALDS.
Jered Weaver should start Saturday, Angels Manager Mike Scioscia says (07/2014): Jered Weaver’s tight back appears to be healing without any issues. Angels Manager Mike Scioscia said before Wednesday’s game against the Toronto Blue Jays that Weaver is on track to start in his rotation spot Saturday.
Angels manager Mike Scioscia says he doesn’t have a set closer (06/2014): Angels manager Mike Scioscia gave Ernesto Frieri a vote of confidence over the weekend, but he made it clear today that he's looking at other options to close games.
Mike Scioscia's challenge key in Angels' win over Cleveland (04/2014): The fifth inning provided a defining moment for the Angels in which Mike Scioscia used a challenge that proved to be crucial in his club's 6-4 win over Cleveland.
Angels Manager Mike Scioscia loses first instant-replay challenge (03/2014): Angels Manager Mike Scioscia watches his team during a spring-training practice session in Tempe, Ariz., on Feb. 15. Scioscia was unsuccessful in his attempt to have a call reversed via instant replay during Monday's exhibition game against the Arizona Dimaondbacks.
Mike Scioscia is in Better Shape at this Point in His Life (02/2014): This is not a Best Shape of His Life story, as it is clear that Angels manager Mike Scioscia’s BSOHL was back when he was a major league ballplayer. But he is doing a lot better this year: Mike Scioscia looks great this spring. He says he lost 34 pounds, hoping to lose 60 in…
MLB Notes: Mike Scioscia, GM Jerry Dipoto staying with Angels (10/2013): ANGELS: Manager Mike Scioscia and general manager Jerry Dipoto are getting another chance with the Los Angeles Angels.
Angels Manager Mike Scioscia still in limbo but planning for 2014 (09/2013): Will longtime Angels Manager Mike Scioscia be part of the team's plans in 2014? Scioscia still has five years left on his current contract. ( Reed Saxon / Associated Press )
Rift between Jerry Dipoto and Mike Scioscia exists despite denial, per report (08/2013): There is a rift in the Los Angeles Angels organization between manager Mike Scioscia and general manager Jerry Dipoto despite Scioscia's denial, reports Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports.
Joe Blanton's next start? Angels' Mike Scioscia won't say (07/2013): Angels starter Joe Blanton has struggled mightily this season and is on pace to lose 20 games. ( Otto Greule Jr. / Getty Images / July 14 , 2013 )
Astros Manager Bo Porter Apologizes to Mike Scioscia For “Bush-League” Move (06/2013): Astros apologize for being the Astros.
VINCENT BONSIGNORE: Time for Mike Scioscia to come home to the Dodgers (05/2013): The Dodgers are in need of a jolt, and Mike Scioscia, whose heart undoubtedly still bleeds blue under all that Angels red, is exactly the guy to provide it.
Angels Manager Mike Scioscia days are limited (04/2013): I never thought I would say, write or even think this thought, but Angels manager Mike Scioscia’s time is running out. It’s not just me saying this. Leaving last week’s blowout loss to the Athletics on Tuesday, a common muttering amongst fans was ‘When is Scioscia going to be replaced?’
Angels: Mike Scioscia says Mike Trout's future is not at leadoff (02/2013): Mike Trout will lead off for the Angels this season. ( Jamie Squire / Getty Images )
LA Angels Manager Mike Scioscia to Speak at Banquet and Coaches Clinic (01/2013): This year's Nebraska baseball coaches clinic will feature Mike Scioscia, manager of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Baseball notes: Angels' Mike Scioscia to return for 14th season (09/2012): Mike Scioscia will return for his 14th season as Los Angeles Angels manager next year, and he called speculation about his job security and reported uneasy relationship with first-year general manager Jerry Dipoto "ridiculous."
Mike Scioscia Bound for Boston Dugout? (08/2012): Despite a disappointing season--remember when World Series tickets were being printed up after the Angels landed Albert Pujols?--Anaheim skipper Mike Scioscia was recently lavished with job security c
Mike Scioscia needs to do something, so why not lighten up? (04/2012): Control-freak attitude isn't working for the Angels' manager, who is being second-guessed by everyone during the team's slow start. Angels Manager Mike Scioscia is not getting the job done.
Mike Scioscia signing autographs at Angels spring training (03/2012): When you imagine a baseball player signing autographs, it is usually in one of two settings: A stadium before a game, or a card show. In a stadium before a game, there is usually a loud pop song playing on the PA system, and the sound of a few thousand people milling about, and the clicks of...
Sports people: Dontrelle Willis, Mike Scioscia (12/2011): Dontrelle Willis Jimmy Rollins and Willis both attended Encinal High in Alameda, are longtime friends and often trade barbs about who is better. But they've never been teammates, until now. Well, maybe. "He was probably...
L.A. manager Mike Scioscia: Angels take integrity of game seriously (10/2011): Don't suggest to Angels manager Mike Scioscia that he had ulterior motives for fielding a less-than-stellar lineup in the season's final two games.