Beaten Giants fan making progress in rehab

In this handout photo provided by San Francisco General Hospital, Dr. Geoff Manley, the hospital's neurosurgeon chief, left, poses next to hospital workers as Bryan Stow, second from left, is transferred from San Francisco General Hospital in San Francisco, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2011.
AP Photo/San Francisco General Hospital

SAN FRANCISCO - The family of the San Francisco Giants fan who was severely beaten outside Dodgers Stadium says he is making progress at a rehabilitation center, but still shows signs of confusion at times.

Bryan Stow was transferred from San Francisco General Hospital to an undisclosed long-term rehabilitation facility on Tuesday.

In a posting on their website the following day, the family said he knows the answers to some questions but still has moments of confusion, and answers personal questions incorrectly.

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"We know that we all have a long road ahead of us," the family says on their website. "With all his progress, Bryan still has a lot of work to do, and he has a long way to go. As always, the outcome is unknown and that is very difficult."

The 42-year-old Stow, a paramedic from Santa Cruz, suffered serious brain injuries in the March 31 attack following a game between the Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers.

Two men, 29-year-old Louie Sanchez and 30-year-old Marvin Norwood, have been charged in the attack. Both have pleaded not guilty.