The reward for information leading to the arrest of two Dodger fans who severely beat Giants fan and Santa Cruz resident Bryan Stow went up to $50,000 today when both the Giants and the Dodgers, as well as Stow's employer, pledged hefty contributions to the pot. According to the Santa Cruz Sentinel, execs from the Giants organization brought Stow a signed team jersey at the USC Medical Center where he is still in a medically-induced coma and pledged an additional $10,000 reward for information in the assault. A spokesman for the Dodgers said his team will add another $25,000 to the bounty, and Stow's employer in Santa Cruz pitched in another $5,000 on top of the LA County Supervisor's $10,000 reward.
Stow works as a paramedic at San Jose Shark's home games in Santa Clara, where several benefits are scheduled to help his family with medical expenses. A Dodgers fan from Castaic, CA north of LA has also offered his signed Giants jersey from the 2002 World Series team as a show of sympathy.
The suspects are described as two Latino men in their 20's and were spotted leaving the scene in a four-door sedan driven by a woman with another boy in the car.
Meanwhile, back in San Francisco: SFPD are considering whether they should increase uniform presence around AT&T park when the Giants take on the Dodgers at home next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Previously on SFist: $10,000 Reward Offered in Search of Men Who Beat Giants Fan