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Larry Baer is the president and CEO of the San Francisco Giants, as well as managing general partner of the ownership group. Larry graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of California, Berkeley, received his MBA from Harvard Business School in 1985, and spent nearly a decade in the media and entertainment business, most recently at CBS, before helping assemble the Giants ownership group in 1992. He became the Giants' chief operating officer in 1996, its president in 2007, and its president and CEO in 2010, when the Giants won their first World Series in San Francisco.

Larry has overseen all aspects of the Giants' turnaround effort since 1992, including the rejuvenation of the franchise with the signing of Barry ...

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