By John Otano
June 27, 2013

A Red Sox fans received a $4.3 million settlement after being attacked by a Yankees fan. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images) A Red Sox fans received a $4.3 million settlement after being attacked by a Yankees fan. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

A Boston Red Sox fan that was stabbed through his neck by a New York Yankees fan at a restaurant in 2010 has been awarded with $4.3 million by a jury. The New Haven, Conn. jury reached their verdict on Thursday in favor of Monte Freire and against U.S.S. Chowder Pot III, the restaurant in Branford, Conn. where Freire was harassed and attacked by Yankees fan, John Mayor.

According to Freire's attorney Timothy Pothin, bartenders at the restaurant ignored warnings that Mayor was harassing patrons and attempting to start fights while continuing to serve Mayor alcohol. Freire, 45, suffered a brain injury, a stroke and impaired speech and vision with several scars.

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