Transferring to one of the country's top trauma centers at San Francisco General Hospital, attacked Giants fan Bryan Stow returned to the Bay Area today. SF General has the only trauma center in San Francisco that specializes in brain injuries, reports CBS 5. He will "be monitored by the hospital’s chief of neurosurgery, Dr. Geoff Manley."

Although he has opened his eyes several times, he is still in a medically-induced coma.

No arrest have been made in the Stow's attack, which happened outside Dodger Stadium on opening day. LAPD announced today that they will put ip 300 billboards around the city in an effort to nab the suspects. A $150,000 reward is being offered for tips leading to their arrests.

The Giants will return to Los Angeles for Wednesday and Thursday games.