SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan badly beaten by two men on Opening Day 2011 at Dodger Stadium, is back in action again.
And this time, he is bringing a message to high school students.
KRON4 News caught up with Stow at Lincoln High School in San Francisco.
He and his sisters talked about his life and what happened to him and how they want others to steer clear of bullies in sports and in life in general.
“It’s awesome,” Stow said. “I love talking to people. I love seeing people’s faces. When they see the opening video, Eye of the Tiger, Done by Survivor, and then I come walking out and people are like, ‘Oh my God, he’s walking? No way.’ They can’t believe it. Always more to do, and I’m ready to do it.
Stow also told the students that he now has to take as many as 24 drugs every day to prevent seizures.
He said he is still grateful to be able to bring his anti-bullying message to schools and hopes someday to take his campaign nationwide.