Larry Baer is best known as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the San Francisco Giants. Larry served as the play-by-play announcer for Oakland A’s while attending UC – Berkeley. After graduating, he worked for Westinghouse Broadcasting and CBS. In 1992, Larry helped form the ownership group that kept the team in San Francisco. In 1994, Baer established the first benefit by a professional sports team to fight AIDS. In 1995, Baer received the Sports Torch of Learning Award from the Scopus Society. In 2008, Baer became the Giants’ club president. He now is the Chairman/CEO of the Giants Development Services, which is oversees the construction of Mission Rock, a mixed-use neighborhood near Oracle Park.