he most unexpected person attended the Dodgers opening game Tuesday — Giovanni Ramirez.
The Los Angeles Police Department is taking extra steps to increase security at Dodger Stadium Tuesday as the “Boys in Blue” take on the Pittsburgh Pirates in their home opener.
The LAPD were ramping up security at Dodger Stadium for the team’s Tuesday home opener a year after a Giants fan was brutally beaten.
The man once named the prime suspect in the near-fatal beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow outside Dodger Stadium spoke publicly Thursday for the first time since his release.
Violent sports fans could soon be watching their favorite teams from the couch.
San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow is continuing to make progress after he was beaten into a coma at Dodger Stadium on opening day last year.
A bankruptcy judge in Delaware on Friday refused to postpone a hearing on a request by the Los Angeles Dodgers to disallow a claim filed on behalf of a San Francisco Giants fan who was nearly beaten to death outside Dodger Stadium on opening day last year.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have asked a U.S. Bankruptcy Judge to disallow claims against the team filed by Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan nearly beaten to death outside Dodger Stadium last spring.
A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for March 13 for the suspects accused of beating Giants fan Bryan Stow in the Dodger Stadium parking lot on opening day.
A preliminary hearing date was scheduled Thursday for Jan. 17 for the two men accused of brutally attacking Bryan Stow at Dodger stadium.
The family of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow hope there can be movement in their lawsuit now that the Los Angeles Dodgers are up for sale.
A preliminary hearing date for Louie Sanchez and Marvin Norwood is scheduled to be set Thursday. Sanchez, 29, and 30-year-old Norwood are accused of brutally attacking San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium on March 31.
An attorney for Dodgers owner Frank McCourt says San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow may be partly to blame for the brutal attack that left him with severe injuries on Opening Day.
Attorneys for Frank McCourt and the Los Angeles Dodgers have filed a civil action against the two men charged in the beating of Bryan Stow as part of their strategy in defending a lawsuit by the Giants fan, who was almost killed after the home team’s opening day win.
The San Francisco Giants fan who was severely beaten outside Dodgers Stadium has been released from the hospital and transferred to a rehabilitation facility.