Barry Bonds appears in video with Bryan Stow’s family

Former San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds recently appeared in a video with the family of Bryan Stow

Former San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds recently appeared in a video with the family of Bryan Stow

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.

Bonds appears in the video to promote the Stow family website where people can contribute money toward a college fund for Stow’s two children.

In a statement on the website, Bonds states:

Please join me, Barry Bonds, and my friends in our fundraising efforts to help provide Bryan’s two wonderful children with the gift of a college education. Lets help Tabitha and Tyler fulfill all of their dreams by investing in their future. This is a great opportunity for us to continue to show our love and support for Bryan and his family.

Bonds has been an active in his support of Stow in the weeks following the incident.

rnagle@sfexaminer.com

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