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Bryan Stow to be moved to San Francisco hospital

May 13, 2011, 8:27 PM EDT

Image of Dodger Stadium beating victim Stow is shown on scoreboard before MLB National League baseball game between San Francisco Giants and St. Louis Cardinals in San Francisco, California Reuters

Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan who was severely beaten outside Dodger Stadium on March 31, is stable enough that he will transferred to a San Francisco hospital, according to the Associated Press.

Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com reported earlier this week that Stow could potentially be moved closer to home.

Stow remains in a coma and is in critical condition, but he’ll be transferred to San Francisco General and Trauma Center as early as Monday morning. He has been treated at the Los Angeles County + University of Southern California Medical Center since the attack.

Here’s part of a message written by Stow’s family on their website:

“The day has finally come! Bryan is now stable enough to bring home up north. This time is so bittersweet…we are happy we get to bring Bryan home.”

The search for the attackers was bolstered this week after approximately 200 billboards with sketches of the suspects were unveiled in the Los Angeles area. Officials are currently offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to arrests and convictions.

  1. indaburg - May 13, 2011 at 10:01 PM

    I’m happy to hear he is more stable, but I am saddened by the lack of people forthcoming with information about this attack. Every time I think about this, it makes me sick to think how cruel humans can be to each other. I hope he can attain some level of normal functioning. It doesn’t sound like he is quite there yet based from his family’s update from today. I’m not the praying sort, but every positive thought I can think is going out his way.

  2. jonirocit - May 14, 2011 at 8:45 AM

    You would think that someone would have been caught for this by now . I hope the billboards help but anyone who knows anything either can’t read or is too scared to come forward. The code or so called code involving snitching is ridiculous and with that kinda money involved you would think someone would step up but it’s doubtful at this point . Looks like lapd needs to do a few more of those entire community raids again actually they should be doing them More often in all the gang areas in so cal

  3. ryanmallettsbluntwrap - May 14, 2011 at 1:33 PM

    Got to feel terrible for this guy , some idiotic fans , taking a game more serious then it should be , and potentially ruining someones son , friend , fathers life . Hope those scumbags get caught real soon . If the police don’t , karma sure as hell will.

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