Harvard Business School graduate and professional sports executive Larry Baer is a pioneer in the media industry. He joined the San Francisco Giants in the 1990s as part of the team’s ownership group. He became the team’s CEO in 2012.

During his first year as the Giants CEO, the team was able to secure their second World Series title in three years. Aside from the team, Baer also oversaw the construction of Oracle Park, which was named one of the best stadiums in the world by fans.

He is the CEO of Giants Development Services, which is responsible for the construction of Mission Rock, a mixed-use urban neighborhood near Oracle Park. It’s expected to include around 1,500 residential units, 250,000 square feet of office space and 8 acres of open space.

Baer has also served on various Major League Baseball boards. As the SF Giants CEO, he was named as one of the most notable executives in the industry. From 2012 to 2019, the SF Giants CEO was given multiple awards by the University of California at Berkley. He then went on to receive the 2019 Distinguished Leadership Award from the Baseball Foundation.

Usually, Giants CEO works out at around 6:00 a.m. before having breakfast. After eating, he reads three newspapers to catch up on current affairs. Before heading to the office, Baer enjoys a cup of coffee or tea, and he gets ready to start working. He believes that working with his team helps him be more productive.

On other days, he enjoys a coffee with his friends or a walk with his dog. The SF Giants CEO also devotes Sundays to family time, which includes playing golf and watching political interview shows. Larry Baer thinks the key to effectively working is being fully immersed in the process, which means having in-person brainstorms and office visits. Refer to this page to learn more.


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