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Written by Maury Brown   
Thursday, 17 November 2011 15:17

GiantsCommissioner Selig announced today that the Major League owners have formally approved the designation of Larry Baer as the control person of the San Francisco Giants.  The Major League Clubs voted during today’s quarterly ownership meetings. Baer's official title with the Giants is CEO.

The approval of Baer comes after the Executive Committee of the San Francisco Giants ousted former managing partner Bill Neukom from the position earlier this year.

(SEE Does Bill Neukom’s Departure as Managing Partner of Giants Mean A’s Get Into San Jose?)

Each Major League Club has a designated control person who is accountable to Major League Baseball for the operation of the Club and for the Club’s compliance with the rules of Baseball.


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