S.F. Giants CEO Larry Baer Physical Altercation with Wife
San Francisco Giants CEO Larry Baer was involved in a physical altercation with his wife at a public park Friday … with his wife screaming as he knocks her to the ground — and it was all captured on video.
Multiple people witnessed Baer and his wife Pam in a loud verbal argument around noon on Friday at a park in San Fran. At one point, Larry was trying to pry a cell phone out of Pam’s hands, which she clearly did not want to give up.
During the struggle, Larry knocks Pam out of her chair and onto the ground — you can hear her screaming, “Oh my god. Help!”
You can see Baer walking away from the altercation with the phone in his hand — while telling his wife, “Stop. Pam, stop.”
Pam continues to repeat, “Oh my god. Oh my god.”
In between video clips, the person who shot the footage tells us he got involved and helped break up the altercation. Another witness corroborated that.
Witnesses tell us police were not called to the scene. Unclear if they were contacted after the altercation. We’re reaching out.
We’ve also reached out to Baer’s camp for comment. So far, no word back.
Baer has been involved with the Giants organization for decades. He was named chief operating officer in May 1996, team president in October 2008 and CEO on January 1, 2012.
According to the Giants website, Baer and Pam co-chaired the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation Campaign Committee in support of the new hospital, which opened in 2016 as Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center.
The couple has 4 children together.
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