Bryan Stow

Bryan Stow (KTLA)

SAN FRANCISCO (KTLA) -- Bryan Stow, the Giants fan who was severely beaten outside Dodger Stadium on March 31, has suffered some complications in his recovery.

The 42-year-old paramedic and father of two remains in serious condition at San Francisco General Hospital.

He is currently battling both a urinary tract infection and a staph infection, according to a post on his family's website.

Stow's temperature spiked to an all-time high of about 104 degrees.

His sister, Erin Collins, told the Santa Cruz Sentinel that doctors were using an ice vest and antibiotics to bring his fever down.

"We know Bryan is strong, so we hope this passes soon," the family said on its website.

Stow suffered a severe skull fracture and bruising to his frontal lobe when two suspects knocked him to the ground, kicking him repeatedly in the head.

Earlier this month, doctors treating Stow said he was showing "significant improvement," interacting with family members and breathing on his own.

Stow can move slightly in response to commands and turn his body toward someone talking to him, according to Dr. Geoff Manley.

The suspects in the case, Louie Sanchez, 29, and Marvin Norwood, 30, have pleaded not guilty to charges of felony assault, battery and mayhem.

Meantime, a new Sports Illustrated article about the downfall of the Los Angeles Dodgers details Stow's arrest record.

Allegations about Stow's supposedly checkered past have circulated for several months online.

His family addressed the allegations on their website in late May, emphasizing that his offenses occurred decades ago.

"In the 20 years since, Bryan turned his life around; became a father and settled into a career of helping people," the family said. "Regardless of his history, he in no way deserved this. His children most certainly did not deserve it."

In the Sports Illustrated arcticle, writer Lee Jenkins -- citing Santa Cruz County court records -- details Stow's arrest record.

Jenkins reveals that Stow was arrested three times between October 1989 and July 1990, once for domestic violence and twice for DUI. On the second DUI, police found marijuana and cocaine in his car.

Jenkins goes on to state, "But that was more than 20 years ago. Stow got married, had kids and landed a respectable job. "

He quotes an LAPD officer as saying, "Look, he wasn't an angel on that day... But he definitely didn't deserve what he got."

Another new revelation included in the SI article comes from documents from LAC-USC Medical Center, where Stow was taken after the attack.