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Stow Family Stakeholder in Dodgers Bankruptcy

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    Bryan Stow with his son Tyler

    The parents of a San Francisco Giants fan brutally beaten at Dodger Stadium on Opening Day this year, have been named to the official creditors committee in the Dodgers' bankruptcy case.

    Special Section: Ongoing Coverage of Bryan Stow Case

    Elizabeth Ann Stow and David Stow sued the Dodgers after their son, Bryan, was beaten and left in critical condition with head injuries.

    Because of the possible huge pay-out of that lawsuit, the Stows were appointed to the creditors committee Wednesday as conservators on Bryan Stow's behalf, the Wall Street Journal reported.

    The Stows are one of five members of the committee who represent the team's unsecured creditors. Other entities of the group are the MLB Players Association, KABC Radio, AVM Systems and Pyro Events Inc.

    The Dodgers filed for bankruptcy protection in Delaware last month, blaming a cash-flow crisis on Major League Baseball's refusal to approve a multibillion-dollar TV deal McCourt was counting on to keep the franchise afloat.