Fallen Navy SEAL honored at San Francisco Giants home opener

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SAN FRANCISCO – Fallen Navy SEAL William “Ryan” Owens was honored Monday during a ceremony at the San Francisco Giants’ home opener.

Ryan was a longtime Giants fan.

The Owens family was brought onto the field at AT&T Park in San Francisco where they watched a video tribute to Ryan.

After the video, Ryan’s widow Carryn Owens and their three children threw out the ceremonial first pitch.

Ryan, a member of Virginia Beach-based Naval Special Warfare Development Group (SEAL Team 6), died January 28 after being injured during a raid against al Qaeda in Yemen.


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