S.F. Giants CEO Larry Baer Takes Leave of Absence After Minor Physical Altercation with Wife Captured on Video

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.

A video, shot by an eyewitness with cellphone, showed the couple involved in a dispute in a public park that occurred on Friday March 1, 2019. The video was published by TMZ.

San Francisco police are investigating the incident and video, which shows Baer forcibly grabbing — possibly a cell phone — from the hand of his wife, Pam. She slips off of a chair to the ground and screams during the dispute, which involved physical contact during the dispute.

Larry Baer is CEO of the San Francisco Giants of Major League Baseball team, succeeding Bill Neukom on January 1, 2012.

Hayes Valley is a neighborhood in the Western Addition district of San Francisco, California, and is located between the historical districts of Alamo Square and the Civic Center. Victorian, Queen Anne, and Edwardian townhouses are mixed with high-end boutiques, restaurants, and public housing complexes.

The San Francisco Giants Board of Directors announced Monday, March 4, 2019 that Larry Baer was taking a leave of absence from the San Francisco Giant as the MLB is investigating.