Injured Giants fan Stow attends World Series SAN FRANCISCO Bryan Stow was at AT&T Park to root on the Giants in Thursday's Game 2 of the World Series against the Tigers Bryan Stow was at AT&T Park to root on the Giants in Thursday's Game 2 of the World Series against the Tigers. Stow's family requested privacy and the Giants didn't give out Stow's seat location so do not expect an interview or even much of a photo. Somewhere inside of AT&T Park on Thursday night, San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow watched Game 2 of the World Series as a guest of his favorite team. In fact, Flannery said he still has another check to present to the Stow family. The Giants partnered with Stow's employer, American Medical Response, to gather donations at AT&T Park two weeks later during the Dodgers-Giants series opener. The Giants are not expecting to have Tim Lincecum available out of the bullpen for Thursday's Game 2 of the World Series against the Tigers after he threw 32 pitches in relief in Game 1. He had said after the game that he thought he'd be able to pitch in Game 2 if needed, but manager Bruce Bochy pointed to Guillermo Mota, George Kontos and Santiago Casilla as his main options out of the bullpen in the middle innings.