Bryan Stow, who was severely beaten at Dodger Stadium on Opening Day 2011, has spoken on camera for the first time since he was hospitalized on that awful night.

Following the Giants' game in Los Angeles 260 days ago, Stow, a San Francisco fan, was critically injured in the parking lot by two Dodgers fans who fled the scene. In July, police arrested and charged Louie Sanchez and Marvin Norwood for the crime. They are accused of cutting and disabling Stow's tongue and putting an eye out, even though Stow didn't lose either his tongue or eye.

NBC News program Rock Center was given permission by Stow's family to enter his rehab center to video his recovery. NBC Bay Area aired a preview of the full interview, which will be broadcast Monday.

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Rock Center's Dr. Nancy Snyderman is seen taking to Stow as he sits on a bed. She introduces herself, and Stow asks, "How are you?" After she says she's "doing very well thank you," Stow says, "That's good."

The 42-year-old from Santa Cruz worked as a paramedic in the South Bay before the horrific beating. He's divorced with two young children, a 12-year-old son Tyler, and daughter Tabitha, 8.

Stow's family filed a negligence lawsuit in May against the Dodgers over security cutbacks, poor lighting and a poor job of dealing with out-of-control fans at the ballpark that day. Lawyers for Stow claim his medical bills are expected to surpass $50 million.

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