Assisted by a walker, the fan donned the Giants’ orange and black, the same colors he was wearing 10 years ago when he was beaten and nearly killed.
に 2011, Stow attended an Opening Day game at Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles. Searching for a taxi back to his hotel with his friends, Stow was blindsided by an attack in the parking lot, his head hitting the ground in a fall as the attackers then kicked his skull and ribs. The paramedic and father of two clung to life in a coma for the next nine months.
Two men were charged in the attack and sentenced to prison
後 10 years and what doctors called a miraculous recovery from severe brain and spinal injuries, Stow was on the pitcher’s mound Friday. At home plate was another baseball hero: アリッサ・ナッケン.
, インクルード first female coach on a Major League Baseball staff in league history
, is in her second season as an assistant coach for the Giants
. The two shook hands and embraced for a photograph after the pitch
With his family in attendance, Stow then watched his favorite team defeat the Colorado Rockies 3-1.
Since the attack
, Stow has spoken to communities and schools through the Bryan Stow Foundation
, advocating for an end to bullying and fan violence and encouraging people to live kinder lives