Bryan Stow Attack

April 1, 2012 by staff 

Bryan Stow Attack, A year is a very long time, but when you break it down into the parts of its sum, it goes by incredibly fast. Things that happened 12 months ago feel like they happened yesterday.

And yet, the attack on Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium that occurred 365 days ago from Saturday feels like it happened forever ago. That’s not because it’s been forgotten: it’s because the memory of the vicious attack on Stow in the parking lot of Chavez Ravine still hangs like a cloud over baseball with another Opening Day just over the horizon.

It should hang even heavier with the knowledge that Frank McCourt’s pockets are lined with a fresh billion dollars in cash, while Stow’s being moved from a top-notch rehabilitation center because his insurance money is running out.

It’s fitting that just hours before the calendar turns to Saturday, reports are circulating that Frank McCourt, now-former Dodgers owner, will receive no revenue for the parking lots around Dodger Stadium.

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