The family of injured San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow said they wanted to move him back to San Francisco, and now he is in stable enough condition to make the trip, according to a posting on the family’s website. Read More
New billboards will go up across Southern California in an attempt to help catch the men who severely beat San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow. Read More
Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan who was brutally beaten after a baseball game in Los Angeles, could soon be moved to a hospital in San Francisco, according to news reports.
NBC LA is reporting that the Stow family is working to have the 42-year-old father of two moved to UCSF Medical Center. Read More
Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan who was beaten after a baseball game in Los Angeles, had a surgery delayed to drain fluid from the brain.
Stow was assaulted by two men in their 20s in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium following the first game of the baseball season on March 31. Stow was wearing a Giants jersey and text messaged his cousin during the sixth inning to say he felt unsafe. Read More
Doctors working on the case of severely beaten Giants fan Bryan Stow are attempting to take him out of a medically induced coma for the third time this week, while funds raised for his recovery from community and celebrity sources continue to grow. Read More
San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow remains in a coma today after he was severely beaten outside Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles two weeks ago.
Stow, a 42-year-old emergency medical technician in Santa Clara County, has been in a medically induced coma after part of his skull was surgically removed to prevent brain damage from swelling, said Rosa Saca, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center.
"It's hard to know if he'll wake up," she said. Read More
Tim Lincecum intends to donate $25,000 to help Bryan Stow, the comatose Giants fan who suffered a skull fracture in a brutal beating in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium after the first baseball game of the season.
“I encourage Giants fans to support Mr. Stow in a positive way and hope there are not any more unfortunate acts between fans in this great rivalry,” the pitcher wrote on Facebook. Read More
When Logan Jackson first heard about the brutal attack that left a San Francisco Giants fan in a medically induced coma he couldn’t eat, sleep or even go to the gym.The 23-year-old paramedic from San Jose used to work with Bryan Stow, the attacked fan. He said he had attended a Rob Zombie rock concert with Stow a few weeks before the attack and was supposed to go to another next month. “All we can do is pray for him now,” he said. Read More
Monday’s Giants home game against the Los Angeles Dodgers is dedicated to Bryan Stow, which for any fan would be a dream come true. But in Stow’s case, he would probably rather just be in the stands. Read More
You could call it the return of torture. But in the end, the good guys won with a walk-off hit by Aaron Rowand in the 12th inning of the Giants’ home opener Friday against the St. Louis Cardinals at a sold-out AT&T Park.They were packed in before the first pitch to see a bit more of history from the peculiar group of players that advanced to the playoffs on the last day of the 2010 season, and mustered enough momentum to go all the way with it. Read More