In a short speech, Baldwin berated the media members for supposedly saying the Seahawks wouldn't make the playoffs when they were 6-4 earlier this season and for supposedly writing the Seahawks off when they were down 16-0 at halftime of Sunday's game.
Baldwin then walked off without answering any questions.
The Seahawks were listed by Bovada as eight-point favorites over the Packers going into Sunday.
Seattle came back from the aforementioned deficit, as well as from 19-7 down in the fourth quarter, to defeat the Packers and advance to Super Bowl XLIX.
The Seahawks scored with 2:09 left to cut it to 19-14, then recovered an onside kick and scored again on Marshawn Lynch's 24-yard touchdown run with 1:25 to go, taking a 22-19 lead after a successful two-point conversion that saw Wilson complete a desperation heave into the end zone.
The Packers quickly drove down the field, and Mason Crosby kicked a 48-yard field goal to force overtime. Seattle scored on its opening drive, with a 35-yard pass to Baldwin setting up Jermaine Kearse's game-winning 35-yard touchdown catch.
The Seahawks are attempting to become the first repeat champions since the New England Patriots in 2003-04.
- Ben Estes