Having led the Rangers for 17 years, Jon Daniels is stepping down from his position as president of baseball operations of the team. After 17 Years As Rangers President, Jon Daniels Steps Down

Ray Davis, the owner of the team, said Wednesday that Daniels has been relieved of his duties immediately after it was decided not to renew his contract at the end of this season.

It is noteworthy that Daniels' departure came two days after the firing of manager Chris Woodward in his fourth season as a manager.

In October 2005, Daniels became the youngest general manager ever in the major leagues when he was hired by the Rangers at the age of 28. 

In 2013, he was given the title of president of baseball operations, and he held both titles until Chris Young was appointed in December 2020 as the team's general manager.

The accomplishments Jon has made in his 17 years running our baseball operations department are numerous.

The work he has done for our player development, scouting, and analytics groups has been enormously beneficial to us.

In both on and off the field, Davis said Jon has always put the Rangers' interests first. We haven't won since 2016 and haven't been competitive in the AL West division for much of that time

Their only World Series appearances came in 2010 and 2011. They won the AL West again in 2015 and 2016. Since moving to Texas 50 years ago, they have lost six consecutive seasons. 

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