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Video Captures Stow in Ballpark Clash

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    TMZ has released a video that it says shows Bryan Stow getting into a verbal altercation with a Dodgers' fan on the day he was beaten into a coma.

    The one-minute cell phone shows a man wearing a Dodgers' jersey waving his finger in Stow's face as the two discuss something during a Giants-Dodgers game.

    The Santa Cruz resident was beaten outside of the Dodgers' Chavez Ravine Stadium after an opening day game between the hometown team at the Giants. He suffered serious head trauma and last week Stow's condition was upgraded from critical to serious.

    But the man in the video with Stow does not appear to be Giovanni Ramirez, the man the Los Angeles Police Department is holding on a parole violation and who they believe may have been involved with the beating of Stow.

    Ramirez's lawyer says his client was not at the stadium on the day Stow was injured. The Los Angeles Police Department reportedly wants to use the video as part of its investigation and has a copy in custody.

    Authorities believe there are two more attackers on the lose. Ramirez has not been charged in the beating.