9.15 Introducing Larry Baer, CEO of the San Francisco Gants
Think it's pretty obvious that this organization. And our fans. Will forever be indebted to to bill for his service. We have one of these. And disorganization. Spin around 130 years. It's the first time 56 years we have a World Series championship. It was under bill's leadership. And under his watch that that was achieved. And there are many other things achieved and dole alluded to them. But. First and foremost we achieved the world championship last year and -- leadership and will never forget that going forward. I'm sure that the questions about this but this is business as usual. This this to us through that put simply this is not a turnaround in any sense that stretch of the imagination. Is still said. Its franchise really is stronger than ever. The perspective of winning. Is foremost can amount always will be. We kind of continuity. Around that concept for. Twenty years that this group has owned the team first year being 1993. We're extremely well positioned for the future. And I look forward to. To the honor and the privilege. Taking the reins to to make sure that -- that we continue to do what we've been doing in the past years. And and and do is as passionately. There was much heart as bill appear before him. Have exhibited. I. My little story is taking the bus out nineteenth avenue growing up in the Richmond district and going to games with my father at candlestick. And down those were unforgettable experiences. And they really. Where the imprint of my childhood. We look forward to that -- wonderful memories for Giants fans and in the next generation. Malaria it's clear that you're taking -- open. There's no mention of who is the managing general partner is will there be an -- harder would you act is that if there is not one named. I'll be reporting to a board is just as bill dead. -- board of the Giants ownership group of to be aboard and you know everybody has a boss. So.
Larry Baer takes over the job held previously by Bill Neukom.