The outpouring of support for injured Giants fan Bryan Stow includes one Barry Bonds, a spokeswoman for the hospital said Wednesday.
Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center spokeswoman Rosa Saca said Bonds came to the hospital April 22 and met with the family.
Sources close to Stow told NBC 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, including pitcher Tim Lincecum, who gave a $25,000 donation.
Stow's family said he remains heavily sedated in a Southern California. He was attacked from behind while leaving a Giants-Dodgers game in Los Angeles on March 31. The attackers, wearing Dodger apparel, have not been caught. Stow's family said he may have suffered permanent brain damage.