VIDEO: Giants Fan Bryan Stow Speaks On Camera For First Time Since Dodger Stadium Incident

The attack on Bryan Stow during opening weekend at Dodger Stadium last Spring gave all sports fans something to think about before heading out to their favorite sporting venue, but the determination and spirit of Stow has showed sports fans something else; that a true Warrior's spirit can never be broken, as he as battled through injury and rehabilitation to speak on camera for the first time since the incident. 

Make the jump to check out the video. 

Thanks to Dodger Thoughts for posting this video, and NBC Bay Area for having this inspirational news piece on him. NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams will have the entire interview with Bryan this coming Monday night at 10 pm PT on NBC. 

Our thoughts and prayers continue to go out to the Stow family for staying strong, and we wish Bryan the most expedited and seamless recovery humanly possible. 

For more on the Giants, check out McCovey Chronicles

 

 

 

 

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