Larry Baer is the president of the San Francisco Giants. Under the SF Giants CEO guidance, this franchise has won three World Series in five years. So let’s take a look at how he got to where he is today by starting from the beginning.

Before he was the man behind the SF Giants, Larry worked as a senior associate for Brobeck Phleger & Harrison. He then went on to work at the global management firm Korn/Ferry International before switching gears and going into sports marketing with a couple of other companies. Then, in 1999, he began to rise through the ranks of the SF Giants as executive vice president until he became CEO. Then, in 2008, Baer got named as president of the franchise.

Baer now, as president of the SF Giants, Larry Baer has led the team to three World Series championships in just five years. In 2012, they won their second title in three years and then went on to win it again in an even more dramatic fashion in 2014. It is an excellent time for this franchise, and Larry Baer deserves a lot of the credit for it.

In addition to the Giants CEO’s stellar work in management, Larry Baer has been very involved in the world of baseball in the past few decades. In 1990, he was a part of a group that purchased a minor league team in Santa Cruz and moved them to San Jose. He was the president of this now-defunct team, named the San Jose Red Sox. He also spent time as president of the Pacific Coast League before getting named to his current position with the SF Giants in 1999.

Giants CEO Larry nowadays, Larry is still very involved with the world of Major League Baseball. He is currently a member of Major League Baseball’s Committee for On-Field Issues and Competition and the Commissioner’s Special Committee on the Economics of the Game. He also acts as an alternate governor for MLB with responsibility for field conditions, playing rules, and player conduct, to name a few. For each of these titles, he has been elected by his fellow MLB owners.

Larry is a very hardworking man who has spent years in sports management and baseball before finally getting noticed for his work, which helped land him his current position as the SF Giants CEO. His contributions to the baseball game are tremendous, and it is good that he has been recognized for them. Hopefully, his team can continue to win championships under his leadership. Go to this page on LinkedIn, to learn more.


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