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.
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The United States Mint in San Francisco will soon produce an unusual coin in honor of the nation’s favorite pastime.
SF Giants 3rd base coach Tim Flannery continues his help for injured Giants fan Bryan Stow…
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.
San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow, who’s suing former Dodgers owner Frank McCourt over a vicious beating at Dodger Stadium will have his day in court next year.
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.
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.