A Year Of Adjustments For Larry Baer; SF Giants CEO
With a difficult year comes difficult decisions. Larry Baer, the SF Giants CEO is prepared to adjust as needed. Baer made clear that a lot of the success from this season will rely on homegrown players through the team’s feeder system. 2020 was a challenging year for everyone, with strict COVID regulations limiting the number of attendants to games. The feeder system was affected as well. Many teams did not get an opportunity to play a full season, thus unable to display their potential talent for the big-league scouts.
SF Giants CEO Larry Baer is welcome to adapt though. The Giants could potentially be set up for a very impressive season, as a large amount of money has been spent on new talent. The free agency pool also has many attractive options worth pursuing. Baer has made it very apparent that money is not an issue. Whether the San Francisco Giants spend a large amount on signing new baseball players, or not, the team is focused primarily on making great Baseball decisions when it comes to playing on the field.
Financially, the team is not concerned. The San Francisco Giants have a very modern stadium nestled in one of the largest sports cities in the nation. The question truly is willing these investments pay off in the end. As long as CEO Larry Baer continues to focus on winning games and feeding young talent through their complex farm system. If this can be done, 2022 could be the beginning of a true San Francisco Giants resurgence on the field.
A graduate of Harvard Business School, the Giants CEO offers a very unique leadership ability. This ability combines acute and proven business acumen along with a lifetime of sports leadership. After becoming the Giants CEO in 2012, Larry Baer has consistently sold-out stadiums and brought the city of San Francisco championships.
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