09:39 AM ET 08.17 | As the Philadelphia Phillies fired the longest-tenured manager in the National League, the longest-tenured manager in the American League said he wants to remain with the Angels. "This is where I want to be," Mike Scioscia said Friday. "This is what I am committed to." No major league manager has served his current team longer than Scioscia, who is in his 14th season with the Angels. However, after winning the American League West five times in the first six full seasons under owner Arte Moreno, the Angels are on the verge of missing the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season. After Friday's 8-2 loss to the Houston Astros, the Angels' .446 winning percentage is the lowest of Scioscia's tenure. Moreno, asked whether he had decided if Scioscia and General Manager Jerry Dipoto would return next season, declined comment through a team spokesman.