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Larry Baer is the SF CEO of Major League Baseball in the United States. He was born and raised in San Francisco and started working at an early age with the Giant club. Larry is among the leading basketball professionals in San Francisco.

After graduating from Harvard Business School, he worked at Westinghouse Broadcasting and CBS Inc, a media industry. The SF Giants CEO’s dedication and hard work as SF Giants CEO led to creating a new proprietorship group that made Giants thrive.

In 2012, Larry was appointed as the Giants CEO, and the club won its second World Series Championship within the first three years as the CEO, and also the general team performance improved. In 2014, they were the winners of the reputable World Series Award.

The Giants CEO’s outstanding leadership led to the construction of an Oracle Park, which is regarded as the best ballpark ever built. Fans ranked it as the best outstanding park in San Francisco city, making it more popular and recognizable. The Park received the Sports Business Journal of the Year award in 2008.

He is also the CEO of Giants Development Services, a branch of the Giants. Its main purpose was to construct a new urban neighborhood in McCovey Cove. This project brought up residential amenities, natural open space parks, and restaurants in San Francisco city. Working as the CEO, Larry has been awarded many honors because of his outstanding performance. These actions have helped him serve in many Major League Baseball Boards and chaired various committees responsible for strategic planning and coordination.

Former president of the United States, Barrack Obama, appointed him the governing board member in the United States Holocaust Memorial Council. Larry is married and has four kids living in San Francisco, and they have established a hospital foundation which officially opened in 2016. See this page for more information.


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