Bryan Stow, who was comatose and hospitalized for months following a March 31 attack at Dodgers Stadium, was able to spend Thanksgiving with his family.
His family posted a photo of the gathering on his official Website (support4bryanstow.com) with Stow seated in a wheelchair.
The family included the following update:
"It has been a long time since our whole family was together on Thanksgiving and we could not feel more thankful and blessed. Our friends Brian and Steve from Los Angeles who are now a part of this growing family, joined us and Bryan for an amazing Thanksgiving dinner."
Stow's family has reported on his progress since being moved from San Francisco General Hospital to a private rehabilitation facility in October, noting that he is able to remember family names, write his own name, and inquire about his favorite sports teams.
On Nov. 19, the family posted that Stow "remembers the important things in his life; his children, his family, his friends, his favorite football and baseball teams."
The family said Stow sometimes has difficulty "answering questions wrong or just not knowing the answers."
Stow was attacked in the parking lot following the game between the Giants and Dodgers. Two men -- Marvin Norwood, 30, and Louie Sanchez, 29 -- have been charged in the beating.
The pair pleaded not guilty to mayhem, assault, battery and other counts in August.
Stow's family has filed suite against Frank McCourt and the Dodgers. The Dodgers have filed suit against Norwood and Sanchez.