May 18, 2011, 6:10 PM EDT
Bryan Stow, who has been in a coma since being beaten by Dodgers fans after an March 31 game at Dodger Stadium, is opening his eyes, neurosurgeon Dr. Geoff Manley said Wednesday.
Manley reported that Stow has been weaned off one of five anti-seizure medications he was on since going into a coma and that his brain had showed no seizure activity in 30 hours of continuing monitoring.
Manley says these developments are positive but he could not predict Stow’s chances for recovery.
The Dodgers earlier Wednesday added $100,000 to the reward pot for infomation leading to the capture of the men who beat Stow.
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