‹ How Much Are MLB Managers Making In 2014?

1. Mike Scioscia (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim) – 2014 Salary: $5 million

Mike Scioscia is the highest-paid manager in Major League Baseball (that we know of). He has been with the Angels since 2000, which is the longest tenure with a single team of any manager in the league. He is set to make $5,000,000 this season. During his time with the club, Scioscia has posted a 1,233/1,035 record. His Angels won the World Series back in 2002. In 2013, the team finished with a 78/84 win-loss record.

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