The San Francisco Giants CEO is back into the field after a long period of lockdown caused by the pandemic. Larry Baer has already stepped into the field with the team’s stars, including Bobby Evans and other superstars who have been signed within the past few days. Baer had signed in new players back in 2019 in preparation for the 2020 season, which was affected by the pandemic that stagnated all the sports activities.
The SF Giants CEO is a highly paid sports manager who receives a nine-figure salary. He also showcases his exceptional skills at the Oracle Park, the stronghold of the SF Giants. According to Giants CEO, the 2020 season was postponed due to the killer virus that has deteriorated all the activities in different parts of the world.
The Giants CEO added that the Giants is well prepared despite the current pandemic that is still a major hindrance in different parts of the world. Note that Larry Baer was forced to close down the Oracle Park early last year as the virus continued to spread to different parts of the world. This made the respective authority postpone the 2020 sports season.
According to Baer, even though the pandemic has affected the sports calendar, it is important to remain disciplined to make it easy for the health department to fight and eradicate the virus from the surrounding. The world health organization gave out a series of rules and regulations that all the sports teams and organizations are supposed to abide by before reopening the playing fields.
Larry Baer has spent significant sums of money in the renovation of the Oracle Park to reopen for all the operations to continue. The SF Giants CEO has been working hand in hand with the health officers to ensure that all the necessary measures are put in place and ensure that anyone who enters the park is free from the virus.
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