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    Bryan Stow Files Lawsuit Against Dodgers For Alleged Fraud

    [new_royalslider id=”76″] When the Guggenheim Baseball Partners purchased the Los Angeles Dodgers, they made an earnest commitment to erasing the negative memories and perception of the franchise that was tied to former owner Frank McCourt. Despite the new ownership’s efforts, one issue has served as a reminder of how dark the days were under McCourt’s […] More

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    Dodgers News And Rumors: Two Sentenced In Bryan Stow Case

    Following a thrilling 2-1 Los Angeles Dodgers victory over the San Francisco Giants on Opening Day in 2011, a pair of Dodger fans inexplicably turned celebrating into violence as an altercation with Giants fan Bryan Stow left the 45-year-old unconscious.  Stow would be taken to the hospital before being induced into medical coma. After an […] More

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    Dodgers News: Two Charged In Bryan Stow Case, Team Releases Statement

    Today, the two men responsible for beating San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium in 2011 pleaded guilty to different charges. Marvin Norwood pleaded guilty to assault likely to produce great bodily injury, while Louie Sanchez pleaded guilty to mayhem that disabled and disfigured the victim. The incident took place on March 31, […] More

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    DodgersNation: News Hot Off The Press

    Ownership, Player Updates, Brian Stow Update & More… It’s been a very busy week for Dodgers Nation: MLB Rejected the Fox Deal on Monday. [Our Thoughts] Mark Cuban discusses Dodgers ownership possibility. Rafael Furcal could start rehab as early as next week. Jonathan Broxton very close to returning to club. Hong-Chih Kuo returns with great […] More

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    Angry San Fransisco Fans Resort To Threats via Craigslist

    Angry San Fransisco Fans Resort To Threats via Craigslist   We are all aware of the tragic incident that took place at Dodger stadium on opening day. Bryan Stow was attacked by a group of “fans” in Dodgers gear. These 2 attackers were not real Dodger fans, they were 2 guys with a gang minded […] More