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This undated image provided Tuesday April 5, 2011 by John Stow shows Bryan Stow holding his 12-year-old son and 8-year-old daughter. This undated image provided Tuesday April 5, 2011 by John Stow shows Bryan Stow holding his 12-year-old son and 8-year-old daughter.
This artist sketch provided by the Los Angeles Police Department shows one of two suspects wanted in the attack on the Giants fan at Dodger Stadium. This artist sketch provided by the Los Angeles Police Department shows one of two suspects wanted in the attack on the Giants fan at Dodger Stadium.
This artist sketch provided by the Los Angeles Police Department shows a suspect wanted in the attack on the Giants fan at Dodger Stadium. This artist sketch provided by the Los Angeles Police Department shows a suspect wanted in the attack on the Giants fan at Dodger Stadium.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Dodgers are holding a fundraiser to help a San Francisco Giants fan in a medically induced coma since an opening-day beating at Dodger Stadium.

The Dodgers say donors on Monday can drive to Parking Lot 1 at Dodger Stadium between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. and donate cash and checks to the trust fund established by the family of 42-year-old Giants fan Bryan Stow.

Two men in Dodgers gear attacked Bryan in the parking lot after the game on March 31. He remained at Los Angeles County-USC Hospital with brain trauma Sunday. Police are still looking for the assailants.

The Giants recognized longtime fan Stow during a game with the St. Louis Cardinals Sunday, and on Monday the Dodgers arrive for a three-game series with stepped-up security.

 

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