"He hasn't flinched," Scioscia said. "He's very grounded. He has everything sorted out the way a young player has to have everything sorted out with his priorities.
"If nobody was paying attention to him, he'd be fine with it. If everybody was paying attention to him, he'd be fine with it."
Scioscia said he is unaware of the dynamics of the Dodgers clubhouse and said he respected however Mattingly handled any situation. However, Scioscia said he has not spoken with Trout about not letting the contract talks distract him.
Scioscia also said he has not had any such conversation with any player since he became the Angels' manager in 2000.
"In my experience here, whether the guy was a free agent, or he went to arbitration and lost, or he went to arbitration and won -- if it showed up on the field as far as a distraction, it's something you deal with," Scioscia said. "I haven't run into that."