Nice timing: Bryan Stow, the victim of a horrible beating at Dodger Stadium on Opening Day, reached a major milestone yesterday when he was released from San Francisco General Hospital to a rehab facility.
He still has a long route to recovery: he only began speaking recently, he’s not able to walk and he is still on a regimen of powerful drugs.
Stow, a San Francisco Giants fan, was leaving Dodger Stadium after the season opener and was attacked by two Dodgers fans in the parking lot. He suffered traumatic brain injuries and was in a medically induced coma for several weeks in order to give his brain time to heal.
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