Bryan Stow Support Still Alive at AT&T Park

Giants fans have not forgotten Bryan Stow.

A year and a half hasn't been nearly enough to make San Francisco Giants forget what happened to one of their own on Opening Day 2011.

March 31 of last year was the day that Giants fan Bryan Stow, an EMT from Live Oak, was brutally beaten by Los Angeles Dodgers fans after the first game of the season. Stow still requires constant care, and it is believed that he always will.

Even with two full regular seasons having passed since the horrific incident, Giants fans are still paying tribute to Stow. At Saturday's Game 1 of the National League Division Series between the Giants and Cincinnati Reds, the man pictured here wore a Stow commemorative jersey in section 125.

At the Giants home opener this season, Stow's son Tyler threw out the ceremonial first pitch after Bryan himself appeared on the jumbo-tron and virtually handed his son the ball.

On Support4BryanStow.com, where his family provides updates on Stow's condition, a September post said that Stow recently helped pack his own lunch, and that he is waiting on a wheelchair that was manufactured just for him. 

Two men will stand trial for the beating. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Louie Sanchez, 30, and Marvin Norwood, 31, neighbors from Rialto, California, have been charged with the battery and face 11 and nine years in prison respectively if convicted.

Mary Smith October 08, 2012 at 08:34 PM
I completely agree with you, Kathryn! 11 and 9 yrs?? Seriously??? Bryan Stow is sentenced for life!!! Where is the justice??
Jacob Bourne October 08, 2012 at 10:37 PM
That's a good point. What do you think would be an appropriate sentence?
Mary Smith October 08, 2012 at 11:28 PM
Minimum 20 years, with NO chance of early release.
pete sneeringer October 16, 2012 at 02:06 AM
i agree about the sentence,give me a break,i have a tbi and its been over 2 years and i still cant walk yet!that sentence is a f'ing joke,it should be like 30 or 40 years for both.maybe justice will get some common sense,ps the GIANTS should have a bryan stow night and contribute $5 dollars for every ticket saletoTBI ARARENESS!
Straberiwine October 26, 2012 at 02:16 PM
Doesnt the Bible say "an eye for an eye"? Maybe these 2 monsters should FEEL what Bryan is feeling!!! Have a couple big bruisers beat the crap out of them.


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