In fact, he has not led his team to a postseason series victory since 2009. Although, in his third year in the league, Scioscia led the Angels past the San Francisco Giants in seven games of the 2002 World Series. He is also the second-longest tenured manager/coach in all of sports, only behind Gregg Popovich of the NBA's San Antonio Spurs.
There have been 111 full-time managers in Scioscia's time in the league, 131 if you include interim managers. That includes nine managers for the now Miami Marlins. There are only two players currently in the league that were there when the veteran manager joined the Angels, and that's Adrian Beltre and Bartolo Colon.
There were talks of Scioscia's gameplan at the end of last season when his team finished 80-82. At the time, he said he was fine with working on an expiring contract and said his focus would only be on 2018. He has continued that message throughout this season, although, his team sits two games under .500 at 55-57, despite a fast start. That puts them in fourth place in the AL West Division, 15.5 games behind the Houston Astros.
The Angels have only been to the postseason once since 2010 after making it in six of Scioscia's first 10 seasons. There is no official word if he will be interested in managing elsewhere in the league, or if he'll be stepping away for good. But, one thing that is for sure is that this long-term relationship is officially on its final days.