Visiting fans clad in their team’s colors could always expect ridicule, and sometimes worse, in the stands. But now, for the second time in three seasons, serious violence outside the stadium has marred the rivalry.
The Giants have been active in raising money for Bryan Stow’s mounting medical bills and to otherwise keep him in the public consciousness. Giants third-base coach Tim Flannery, who’s also a musician, has used his band, The Lunatic Fringe, to benefit Stow’s cause. Obviously, the cause is important to Flannery, and the topic is understandbly a sensitive one.
According to a posting on Bryan Stow’s website, his insurance company has stopped paying for his rehabilitation in Bakersfield so now he’s been forced to come home even as his condition seems to be worsening.
An off-duty paramedic was clinging to life Wednesday at Highland Hospital after being shot Tuesday afternoon in the Oakland Hills.
A San Francisco Giants fan who suffered brain damage after being severely beaten at Dodger Stadium after a game in 2011 is back in the hospital after suffering a blood clot.
Musician & Giants’ third-base coach, Tim Flannery is playing a series of concerts around the Bay Area to benefit injured Giants Fan, Bryan Stow…
A full postseason share for the World Series champion San Francisco Giants was worth a record $377,003, breaking the mark that had stood since the 2006 St. Louis Cardinals.
San Francisco General Hospital has asked the Los Angeles Dodgers to pick up the bill for the medical care of Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan brutally beaten at Dodger Stadium on opening day 2011.
Local group Fans Against Violence promotes harmony at the Coliseum.
Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan brutally beaten at Dodger Stadium on opening day 2011, was in attendance at Game 2 of the World Series as a guest of the team.