Mike Scioscia has agreed to a lengthy contract extension, ten years to be exact, that will allow him to opt out, were he to choose to do so, after the 2015 season.
Prior to this deal, Scioscia was under contract for this season with a club option for next season. It's believed that it was worth something in the 1.75M / year area.
No word on what the new deal is worth.
"It's a significant commitment from myself, (Angels owner) Arte Moreno and (general manager) Tony Reagins," Scioscia said Monday. "I think it reflects on their confidence that we're moving in the right direction and will continue to move in the right direction until we get back to the World Series and win a championship. That's our goal."