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Giants Fan Beaten At Dodger Game Likely Suffered Brain Damage (2019 UPDATE)


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This is the latest news on a horrible story. My own personal experiences at OPACY, Yankee Stadium, Fenway Park, and Shea Stadium/Citi Field are all different. OPACY and Shea/CitiField are by far the least violent toward opposing fans. I was also treated very humanely when I went to the Ravens-Colts game two years ago, wearing Colts gear.

 

Giovanni Ramirez Held on $1 Million Bail

(By Ramona Shelburne)

http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2011/04/05/giants-fan-beaten-at-dodger-game-suffers-likely-brain-damage/

 

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UPDATE: Bryan Stow is stable.

 

.......... "The father of the San Francisco Giants fan who was beaten at Dodger Stadium on Opening Day said Bryan Stow is "stable, and the vital signs ...... they're looking good" ..........

 

........ Stow, 42, a paramedic from Santa Cruz, remains in a medically induced coma at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center ........

 

http://sports.espn.go.com/los-angeles/mlb/news/story?id=6304594

 

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A friend with season tickets will take me to a couple of Dodger games each year and I gladly go, but I won't take my daughter to Dodger Stadium (a fifteen minute drive from our house) any more. During the last few seasons I've seen some ugly post-game taunting in the parking lot and on a couple of occasions some shoving as well. The foul language during the game has really gotten bad. A real shame.

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A friend with season tickets will take me to a couple of Dodger games each year and I gladly go, but I won't take my daughter to Dodger Stadium (a fifteen minute drive from our house) any more. During the last few seasons I've seen some ugly post-game taunting in the parking lot and on a couple of occasions some shoving as well. The foul language during the game has really gotten bad. A real shame.

While a lot of us have made claims that some teams' fans are more hostile and violent than others (myself included), it seems that overall American sports fans are gradually evolving to act more like the hooligan soccer fans in Europe. I don't think that we're nearly as bad as they are yet, but unfortunatley we seem to be moving in that direction. Two years ago, a woman who was a Yankee fan in New Hampshire ran over and killed a person that was part of a group of Red Sox fans. They had previously been taunting each other in a bar, and the end result was the death of one person, and another that was injured. She was ultimately convicted of second-degree murder, and sentenced to 20-40 years in prison.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/12/22/ivonne-hernandez-guilty-c_n_401126.html

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Unfortunately Dodger's related clothing has become a status symbol among certain hispanic gangs. This brings their members to games and stadium security has been extremely slow to implement any sort of containment. It has been obvious for years that action is needed but they do nothing.

This would never have happened with O'Malley. Good riddance McCourt.

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On 4/7/2011 at 6:26 PM, OFFNY said:

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This is the latest news on a horrible story. My own personal experiences at OPACY, Yankee Stadium, Fenway Park, and Shea Stadium/Citi Field are all different. OPACY and Shea/CitiField are by far the least violent toward opposing fans. I was also treated very humanely when I went to the Ravens-Colts game two years ago, wearing Colts gear.

 

Giovanni Ramirez Held on $1 Million Bail

(By Ramona Shelburne)

http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2011/04/05/giants-fan-beaten-at-dodger-game-suffers-likely-brain-damage/

 

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8 YEARS LATER ........

 

Another tragedy, and it again occurred outside of Dodger Stadium.

The victim sustained a fractured skull, and is on life-support.

 

Father of Four Critically Injured During Fight Outside of Dodger Stadium

(By David Boroff)

https://www.nydailynews.com/sports/baseball/ny-father-critically-injured-fight-dodger-stadium-20190331-eyjxscywpneknkd4ozarqk4q3y-story.html

 

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On 4/7/2011 at 6:26 PM, OFFNY said:

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This is the latest news on a horrible story. My own personal experiences at OPACY, Yankee Stadium, Fenway Park, and Shea Stadium/Citi Field are all different. OPACY and Shea/CitiField are by far the least violent toward opposing fans. I was also treated very humanely when I went to the Ravens-Colts game two years ago, wearing Colts gear.

 

Giovanni Ramirez Held on $1 Million Bail

(By Ramona Shelburne)

http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2011/04/05/giants-fan-beaten-at-dodger-game-suffers-likely-brain-damage/

 

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8 YEARS LATER ........

 

Giants Fan Bryan Stow Finds Purpose in a Life Shattered by Attack

(By Ron Kroichick)

https://www.sfchronicle.com/giants/article/Giants-fan-Bryan-Stow-finds-purpose-in-a-life-13706709.php

 

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