Bryan Stow, the Giants fan brutally beaten outside Dodger Stadium on Opening Day, spoke on camera for the first time since he was attacked.
San Francisco's NBC affiliate released a short video clip in which Dr. Nancy Snyderman, from the show "Rock Center with Brian Williams," introduces herself to Stow as he sits on a bed.
Wearing a Giants 2010 World Series championship T-shirt, Stow asks Snyderman, "How are you?" She responds that she was doing well, to which Stow says, "That's good."
The brief video of Stow is part of a longer segment about his recovery and rehabilitation from severe brain trauma. The full report is scheduled to air Monday night on "Rock Center."
The 42-year-old Bay Area paramedic and father of two has been in an undisclosed rehab center since October. His family has continued to update his progress and recovery on its blog.
The Stow family recently posted a picture of him with the family for Thanksgiving dinner. While they say his recovery has been difficult and painful, with Stow often showing "confusion, answering questions wrong or just not knowing the answers," family members say he is able to remember "the important things in life," including his family and favorite sports teams.
"Bry continues to amaze us with his strength and his determination," the family wrote on the blog last week. "He proves it daily during all of his therapies."
Louie Sanchez, 29, and Marvin Norwood, 30, have been arrested and charged in connection with the attack on Stow.
Adam Berry is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.