For now, Baker relishes his role as the common man's commish. Working the nosebleed seats during the third quarter of the Avengers-SaberCats game, Baker signed a few autographs and chatted up a tattooed season-ticket holder before venturing out to the concession area. Spotting an eight-year-old boy in a San Jose jersey, Baker broke into a wide grin. "As commissioner, I'm in a weird position," he said. "I work for the owners, but sometimes, when I discipline them, they might think they work for me. But do you see that kid right there? That's who we're all working for."