The Los Angeles Dodgers and the family of a baseball fan who was badly beaten at a game last year were encouraged by a bankruptcy judge to discuss a settlement of a negligence lawsuit.The family of Bryan Stow wanted U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kevin Gross in Delaware to let them move ahead with a case claiming negligence against the team and its owner in a California court. But the judge refused the request for now. Read More
Bryan Stow, a San Francisco Giants fan who suffered a severe brain injury during an attack following the Giants season opener in Los Angeles, spent Thanksgiving with his family this year and is steadily getting better.
His family posted a photo to a Bryan Stow support page of a wheelchair-bound Stow with family members taken Thanksgiving Day. Read More
Former San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds recently appeared in a video with the family of Bryan Stow, a Giants fan who was beaten into a coma on Opening Day after a game in Los Angeles against the Dodgers. Scroll down to watch the video. Read More
Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan severely beaten after a game in Los Angeles in March, is showing significant improvement after undergoing a third round of surgery Wednesday, according to a statement released today by San Francisco General Hospital. Read More
Attorneys for the Dodgers and team owner Frank McCourt have challenged the lawsuit brought by the family of brutally beaten Giants fan Bryan Stow. Read More
Two new suspects in the near-fatal beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow are facing mayhem and deadly weapon assault charges, Los Angeles police Chief Charlie Beck confirmed in a news conference Friday afternoon. Read More
Viciously beaten Giants fan Bryan Stow was showing signs of recovery Friday after he opened both eyes and mouthed his name, “Stow,” on command from doctors and nurses at San Francisco General Hospital.An update to the family’s website also said Stow attempted to give a thumbs up and then opened and closed his eyes on command. Read More
Brutally beaten Giants fan Bryan Stow had emergency surgery Tuesday due to a large amount of fluid that built up in his head and caused a 30-second seizure, according to the Stow family’s website. Read More
Because Bud Selig ignored his professed guidelines, he and the sport he administers are in deep trouble over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
In 2005, when the A’s were for sale, I championed the cause of the group that had Andy Dolich as its front man. Read More
While Giants fan Bryan Stow faced taunting and middle fingers in Los Angeles, he reportedly commented that he’d rather eat his own feces than a Dodger Dog. Read More