According to Bryan Stow’s attorney, the San Francisco Giant legend, Barry Bonds, has pledged to pay for Bryan Stow’s children’s college education. Bonds offered to do so over a month ago when he visited the Giants fan in the hospital.
Stow was brutally beaten to a coma outside of Dodgers stadium on Opening Day. While Stow remains in critical condition and in a medically induced coma, things have at least began to turn for the better in what truly is a horrible situation. The Giants fan managed to open his eyes for the first time recently as doctors are beginning to lower the amount of medicine.
Also, the LA Police Department was able to make an arrest of one of the suspects that is believed to be responsible for the beating. A parole officer gave the LAPD a tip after seeing fresh tattoos on his parolee, Giovanni Ramirez. Ramirez has a violent past and is currently being held on a $1 million bail.
Yesterday, Stow’s attorney Thomas Girardi told NBCBayArea.com that Bonds pledged to pay for the college tuition of Stow’s two grade-school children. He did so when visited Stow and his family in a LA hospital, where he brought signed memorabilia and his prayers. This is truly a class act from the 7-time-MVP. It is wonderful to see him reach out to a family that is dire need of as much love and help as our world can give them.
Big ups to Barry Bonds. 756sports offers our continued prayers for the recovery of Mr. Stow and his family.