Giants Fan Beating
Three women who were in Dodger Stadium during a brutal attack on a Giants fan gave graphic accounts Thursday of the chaotic scene in a parking lot where the man was chased, punched, kicked and left with brain damage.
One of the men charged in a Dodger Stadium parking lot assault on San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow told his own mother that he was involved and expected to “go down” for the attack.
Federal weapons charges have been filed in Los Angeles against two men accused of brutally assaulting San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium during opening day last year.
The man once considered the prime suspect in the March 2011 beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow attended Tuesday’s home opener at Dodger Stadium.
Giovanni Ramirez — wrongly arrested in the near-death beating of a Giants fan — spoke publicly for the first time at a news conference Thursday since his release from a San Diego prison on Saturday.
The family of a San Francisco Giants fan beaten nearly to death outside Dodger Stadium said Monday that he’s been moved to a new rehab facility because he no longer needs constant medical care.
The pending bankruptcy sale of the Los Angeles Dodgers could entice owner Frank McCourt or Major League Baseball to settle the civil suit brought against the team by the family of Bryan Stow.
Bryan Stow was able to write his name for the first time since the attack outside Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles that left him in a medically induced coma, according to Stow’s family.
An attorney for San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow has responded to comments made by a lawyer for the Los Angeles Dodgers who suggested Stow might be partly to blame for the brutal attack.
Bankrupt Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt is placing partial blame on San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow for the savage beating in March that left him in a coma suffering from brain damage.