San Francisco General Hospital is seeking a $1.2 million reimbursement from the Los Angeles Dodgers for extensive brain trauma care provided to Giants fan Bryan Stow, who was brutally beaten by two Dodgers fans following the March 2011 season-opening game between the two teams.
The hospital joins a bevy of other entities seeking millions of dollars from the team and its former owner, Frank McCourt, in U.S. bankruptcy court. Read More
Two men were ordered on Friday to stand trial in the severe beating of a San Francisco Giants fan outside of Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on opening day last year.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge found sufficient evidence for Louie Sanchez, 30, and Marvin Norwood, 31, to be tried on charges of mayhem, assault by means likely to produce great bodily injury and battery with serious bodily injury. Read More
A suspect in the severe beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow last year outside Dodger Stadium was recorded during a police interrogation telling his mother over the phone that he was involved in the attack and likely “going down.”
During a preliminary hearing Wednesday, prosecutors showed video of Marvin Norwood speaking to his mother on a cellphone, the Los Angeles Times reported. Read More
Stadium violence was thrust into the national spotlight when Giants fan Bryan Stow was nearly beaten to death in Los Angeles in March 2011, and shooting incidents last August during a 49ers-Raiders preseason game at Candlestick Park prompted lawmakers to take action.
Now state legislation aimed at curbing such violence is set to be considered by the California Senate after being unanimously approved last week by the Assembly. Read More
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, the San Francisco Giants fan battling to recover from a near-fatal beating outside Dodgers Stadium last year, has been moved to a new rehabilitation facility by his family.According to a blog post by the family cited by MLB.com, it is hoped that Stow, 43, will benefit from therapy that's designed to teach him to become as independent as possible. He still requires full-time assistance, however. Read More
The San Francisco Giants fan who was nearly beaten to death on opening day has spoken on camera for the first time since the attack.
In the video clip aired on San Francisco's NBC affiliate Thursday, Dr. Nancy Snyderman of the news magazine show "Rock Center" introduces herself to Bryan Stow, who is sitting on a bed.
After she introduces herself, Stow asks Snyderman: "How are you?" She says she's doing well, and Stow replies: "That's good." 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
A Thanksgiving photo released by the family of brutally beaten Giants fan Bryan Stow shows the formally bed-ridden 42-year-old looking happy and relatively healthy.
The photo, displayed on the family’s website, drew numerous comments noting Stow’s strong appearance and his hair having grown back. 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