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Larry Baer Leading SF Giants To Success

Larry Baer, the Giants CEO has been recognized as one of the greatest visionaries in the sports world in San Francisco. He also happens to be the Chief Executive Officer of SF Giants. The SF Giants is a baseball club based in San Francisco.

Under Larry’s leadership, the Giants have won their second and third world series championship.

The SF Giants CEO has managed and completed many projects, with the construction of Oracle Park being the most important project. The Oracle Park is rated as the greatest major league ballpark of all time. Due to the successful development of Oracle Park, the Giants were honored as the Professional Sports Organization of the Year 2011.

As the Giants CEO, Larry bears other responsibilities, including signing agreements and developing strategies for the club. Some of the agreements and transactions he has signed include the naming rights agreement with Oracle and the partnership of the Giants with Comcast. The Giants-Comcast partnership led to the creation of the NBC Sports Bay Area for regional sports, which was an outstanding achievement.

Larry Baer has also served and chaired many baseball boards, including the International Committee, Strategic Planning Committee, and the San Francisco Committee on Jobs. The SF Giants CEO has been honored with several awards throughout his sports career, including Harvard Business School’s Alumnus of the Year and Excellence in Achievement award by the University of California, among others.See this page for additional information

Larry Baer studied at UC Berkeley and Harvard Business School and later ventured into the media industry. Afterward, he started working with the Giants Major League Baseball Club as a San Francisco native. Baer explains that his success has been brought about by his strict schedule and collaboration with his team. He also ensures his Saturdays are productive by playing golf and doing early morning walks with his dog. Moreover, Larry is a family man and ensures that he spends his Sundays with his wife and children.


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