Friday, April 8, 2011
Stow saga resonates with Dodger blogger
Doug Pensinger/Getty ImagesEvan Bladh Sr. has a personal story to tell about fan violence: a grave incident in San Francisco, following Barry Bonds' 700th home run, that left Bladh's stepson seriously injured and a friend of his dead. Read it at Opinion of Kingman's Performance.
Michael Guerro and his son Isaiah Alvarez, 10, got early seats in preparation to support their teams at Tuesday's Dodgers-Rockies game.
In Los Angeles today, there was a press conference discussing the latest measures to be taken at Dodger Stadium. In addition, the Dodgers are staging a fundraiser for beating victim Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday.
In San Francisco, ceremonies for the Giants' home opener included a moment of silence in support of Stow. Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle live-blogged.
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