Laurence M. Baer also known shortly as Larry Baer is an American businessman who is the CEO of the San Francisco Giants of the Major League Baseball. Larry Baer net worth is estimated to be more than $40 million.
Baer was born to a Jewish Family. He went to Lowell High School in San Francisco. Baer holds an M.B.A from Harvard University and an A.B. in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley. Growing up, he was a huge fan of the San Francisco Giants and would often attend games at Candlestick Park.
Before working for the Giants Organization, he served as the Assistant to the Chairman of CBS Inc. He also served as the Director of KQED Inc. and a Member of Board of Advisors at Common Sense Media, Inc. in the late 1980s and 90s.
In 1992, he joined Giants to help form the ownership group. He was hired as the Executive Vice President of the Club. He was promoted to COO in 1996 and then succeeded Bull Neukom as the Giants’ Chief Executive Officer in 2012.
Under his leadership, the San Francisco Giants have won the World Series Championships in 2012 and 2014.
Regarding his personal life, he is married to Pamela Baer. Together they have four children and live in San Francisco. Recently, he was involved in a controversial incident when a video showed him dragging his wife out of a chair and onto the ground. His wife was screaming as he tried to grab something out of her hand. According to witnesses, they were in a loud argument and he tried to take a cell phone away from his wife. Witnesses also said that they intervened during the altercation and separated the two as his wife screamed for help.
Larry Baer Net Worth:
While his exact net worth is hard to breakdown, he makes around $5 million a year as the CEO of San Francisco Giants. He has held that position since 2012 and according to calculation; he has earned $35 million over the last seven years. We can estimate that his net worth is more than $40 million.