Bryan Stow was critically hurt in the parking lot of Dodger stadium following Opening Day.
Bryan Stow's doctors announced Wednesday afternoon that they are attempting to bring him out of a medically induced coma for a second time. They said they began the effort Tuesday morning and it would take 2 to 3 days to see any changes in his condition. The first attempt failed because Stow suffered seizures.
They said his family remains at his bedside.
Also Wednesday, we learned the outpouring of support for the injured Giants fan included a visit by Barry Bonds. The spokeswoman for Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, Rosa Saca, said Bonds came to the hospital last Friday and met with the family.
Sources tells NBC Bay Area that Bonds also spent an hour in Stow's room and left a signed baseball bat for Stow's children.
Several members of the current Giants have also reached out to the Stow family. They have offered support and help in any way they can. Pitcher Tim Lincecum donated $25,000 to the family's support fund.
Stow was attacked from behind while leaving a Giants Dodger game in Los Angeles on March 31. The attackers, wearing Dodger apparel, have not been caught. Stow's family says he may have suffered permanent brain damage.