San fran Giants CEO takes leave of absence after altercation with wife
The Bay area Giants CEO and president Larry Baer is to take a leave of absence after video emerged the other day of him knocking his wife Pam to the ground throughout a public altercation.
Major League Baseball has launched a search to the incident, which happened in Frisco, and also the Giants said Baer will step from the club for the present time. The board of directors said they’d accepted a “request to adopt personal time out from the Giants beginning today.”
A video on the incident created by TMZ on Friday showed Baer endeavoring to have a cellphone from Pam pulling her down as she shouted: “Oh my God, no, help!”
The couple later issued some pot statement on the grounds that they were “deeply embarrassed” by way of the incident. “Regrettably today we had a heated argument in public areas with a family matter,” the statement read. “We are deeply embarrassed by way of the situation and still have resolved the matter.”
Baer, 61, joined the Giants as the team’s marketing director in 1980, working his high and succeeding Bill Neukom because team’s CEO this year.