Larry Lucchino is a prominent figure in the world of baseball, having served as the president and CEO of several Major League Baseball (MLB) teams. He began his career in baseball in the 1970s, working as an attorney for the Baltimore Orioles. In 1985, he became the president and CEO of the Orioles, a position he held until 1993.

During his tenure with the Orioles, Lucchino oversaw the team's move from Memorial Stadium to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, which is widely regarded as one of the best ballparks in the country. He also helped to build a winning team, with the Orioles making the playoffs in 1989, 1990, and 1991.

In 1993, Lucchino left the Orioles to become the president and CEO of the San Diego Padres. He helped to build a new ballpark for the team, Petco Park, which opened in 2004. Under his leadership, the Padres made the playoffs in 1996, 1998, and 2005.

In 2002, Lucchino became the president and CEO of the Boston Red Sox. He played a key role in the team's success, helping to end the "Curse of the Bambino" by leading the Red Sox to their first World Series championship in 86 years in 2004. The team won two more championships in 2007 and 2013 under his leadership.

Lucchino retired from his position with the Red Sox in 2015, but he remains a prominent figure in the world of baseball. He has been inducted into the Orioles Hall of Fame and the Red Sox Hall of Fame, and he continues to be involved in various baseball-related ventures.