Found October 25, 2012 on IMAGE CPR SPORTS:
Bryan Stow — the San Francisco Giants fan who was brutally beaten outside Dodger Stadium during the team’s season opener in 2011— watched his Giants win Game 2 of the World Series as a guest of the team. This photo from KTVU-TV in Oakland shows Stow in a wheelchair at AT&T Park Thursday night. It’s believed to be Stow's first appearance at a MLB game since his brutal beating on March 31, 2011. Stow sustained serious brain injuries during the attack.
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