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Lawrence Lucchino, (born September 6, 1945 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is the current President and CEO of the Boston Red Sox, and a member of John W. Henry's ownership group.

Larry Lucchino, left, reacts to a sacrificial Baby Ruth bar, presented by two US Army soldiers in 2005

Lucchino graduated from Princeton University in 1967, and later attended Yale Law School.

At Princeton, Lucchino, an athlete in his own right, was on the basketball team with Bill Bradley who later became an NBA star and United States Senator from New Jersey. After law school, Lucchino practiced law with the Washington, D. C. law firm of Williams & Connelly. The founder, famed litigator, Edward Bennett Williams, had ownership interest in both the Washington Redskins and the Baltimore Orioles. Lucchino's law practice at Williams & Connolly included a substantial amount of work for those two sports teams. Through that work he ultimately became President/CEO of the Baltimore Orioles and later, the San Diego Padres. Under his watch, both teams built new stadiums Oriole Park at Camden Yards and Petco Park.


Evil Empire

After the Red Sox lost to the Yankees in a bidding war for Cuban pitcher José Contreras, a frustrated Larry was quoted in the New York Times "No, I'll make a comment. The evil empire extends its tentacles even into Latin America."[1]

Other Information

Lucchino was named as the Commencement speaker for Boston University's 2008 graduating class and Bryant University's Class of 2009.[2] He was also a guest speaker at New England School of Law's 2008 graduation ceremony.

Lucchino is the only man known to have World Series rings (Orioles ’83, Red Sox ’04 and ’07), a Super Bowl ring (Redskins ’83) and a Final Four watch (Princeton, ’65)



Sporting positions
Preceded by
Dick Freeman
San Diego Padres President
Succeeded by
Bob Vizas


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