The video shows a Dodgers fan pointing his finger into Stow's face, and Stow throws up his arms as if he doesn't want any more of the argument when the Dodger fan walks away.
When the video made the rounds, Banda's co-workers at his job told him to call the police. There is no word on if Banda is being considered a suspect, but the LAPD still has Giovanni Ramirez as the primary suspect. The police can afford to take their time building a case against Ramirez, as he was sentenced to jail for violating his parole by being in possession of a gun when police took him into custody for the Stow beating.
Stow, 42, is still unconscious at San Francisco General Hospital, where his condition has been upgraded from critical to serious.For more baseball news, rumors and analysis, follow @cbssportsmlb on Twitter or subscribe to the RSS feed.