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Dodgers hold fundraiser for Giant's fan

Proceeds will go towards fund for Bryan Stow, who was attacked at the Dodger-Giant home opener

Bryan Stow, 41, was attacked March 31 after the Dodger-Giant Home Opener
Bryan Stow, 41, was attacked March 31 after the Dodger-Giant Home Opener
The Los Angeles Dodgers are holding a fundraiser Monday to raise money for Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan who was attacked two weeks ago after the Dodgers-Giants Home Opener.

The fundraiser will take place from 8a.m. to 3p.m. in Lot 1 at Dodger Stadium, just hours before the Dodgers are to play against the Giants once again, in San Francisco.

Stow, 41, is suffering from a fractured skull and a bruised frontal lobe. He remains in critical condition at the USC Medical Center.

He is Paramedic from Santa Cruz and a father of two.

Authorities are still searching for the people who attacked Stow around 8:30p.m.on March 31, in Lot 2 of Dodger Stadium. Currently there is a $150,000 reward for the suspects. According to a report by, about 100 people witnessed Stow being pushed to the ground by two individuals and kicked repeatedly in the head.

Los Angeles Police Chief, Charlie Beck, said he will be increasing the number of on-duty officers at Dodger games. Currently there are between 30 to 40 police officers at every game, according to a report by

Today’s fundraiser will be in drive-thru format. Checks can be made to the “Bryan Stow Fund.” Donations can also be made online at


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