A San Francisco Giants fan who was attacked at Dodger Stadium in March 2011 has returned to the Bay Area hospital where he made his recovery to thank the caregivers who helped save his life.
A man who smirked as he was sentenced in the savage beating of a San Francisco Giants fan outside Dodger Stadium wants a federal judge to spare him from another lengthy prison sentence for an unrelated gun crime.
Four years after being brutally attacked, San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow made a big step forward in his recovery by throwing the ceremonial first pitch at a San Jose Giants minor league game Thursday night.
Stow, a lifelong Giants fan, has been on the road to recovery since a brutal attack outside Dodger Stadium in 2011.
Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan who was savagely beaten by two Los Angeles Dodgers fans following an Opening Day game in 2011, has yet to receive any of the $18 million awarded to him – and is likely to receive far less, while his health insurer will get millions before Stow is paid.
A man sentenced to eight years in prison for the brutal beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow outside Dodgers Stadium in 2011 pleaded guilty Thursday to federal weapons charges, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles.
Bryan Stow, the Giants fan beaten in a Dodger Stadium parking lot on Opening Day 2011, is speaking publicly for the first time since the attack.
Bryan Stow, the Giants fan beaten in a Dodger Stadium parking lot on Opening Day 2011, is filing another lawsuit against the Los Angeles franchise, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The fight which left a woman unconscious following Thursday’s San Francisco Giants game at AT&T Park is just the latest serious incident of fan violence involving Giants fans in recent years.
Despite added security at many sports venues, including in the Bay Area, there are still plenty of cases of fan altercations, more than three years after the Bryan Stow attack.