Dodgers host Giants for 1st time since attack


Collections will be taken for Stow, who remains in a coma at San Francisco General Hospital.

There will be an LAPD office set up at the Stadium Club in Lot L. Anyone with tips about the crime is able to report to officers there and remain anonymous. Wanted flyers will also be distributed throughout the stadium.

According to the chief neurosurgeon Dr. Geoff Manley, Stow is showing improvements. He is opening his eyes but remains in critical condition.

Since arriving from L.A. on Monday, doctors have been tapering off Stow's medication so that they can determine the level of his brain activity.

Stow's brain also did not show any seizure activity during 30 hours of continuous monitoring in the hospital's intensive care unit, Manley said.

Manley described these developments as positive but could not predict Stow's chances for recovery.

The search continues for the suspects in the beating. Billboards with sketches are up all over L.A., and authorities said a woman who was with them wore an Andre Ethier jersey displaying the number 16.

A reward in the case has been doubled to $200,000. Anyone with information related to the case should contact Los Angeles Police at (877) LAPD-24-7.

The Dodgers lost 8-5 to the Giants on Wednesday night.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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