Brutally Beaten Giants Fan Opens His Eyes

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Bryan Stow, the San Fransisco Giants fan who was brutally beaten after an opening day game at Dodger Stadium, has started opening his eyes still remains in critical condition at San Francisco General Hospital.

Chief neurosurgeon Dr. Geoff Manley said Wednesday that 42-year-old Stow has been weaned off of one of five anti-seizure medications since arriving Monday from a Los Angeles hospital.

He says Stow’s brain also showed no seizure activity during 30 hours of continuous monitoring.

Manley says these developments are positive but he could not predict Stow’s chances for recovery.

He says the short-term goal is to remove Stow from the remaining medications to better assess damage to his brain.

Stow was targeted by two drunken Dodger fans while wearing a Giants jersey at the game March 31. No one has been arrested in the attack.

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  • limp

    no one aretsed??bul%$#@t!!!in England those 2 punks will have live time no entry in any game or stadiium!!!!!!

  • RealRick

    The Dodgers are going to set that poor guy up for life.

    Which is as it should be.

  • Vicky

    San FranSISco? Nice proofreading; wonder how many years of college this genius had.

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