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Robin Williams

Moment of Silence, Video Tribute

at S.F. Giants Game

8/12/2014 12:33 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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The San Francisco Giants will honor the memory of comedian Robin Williams during Tuesday night's game against the Chicago White Sox ... and TMZ Sports has learned what the team has planned.

We're told the team will observe a moment of silence before the game in memory of WIlliams. They've also planned a highlight video -- which will be played sometime between innings later in the game -- of various highlights of Williams' appearances at Giants games. 

Back in 2010, Williams appeared on the field before game one of the National League Championship Series to rile up the crowd. They went on to win the World Series that year.

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4 COMMENTS

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DipToTroopsDeployed    

RIP Man!! Go Giants.

50 days ago
2.

Slemon    

THE STAR FILLED HEAVEN WILL BE A LITTLE BRIGHTER TONIGHT AS YOU SMILE BACK AT US. Rest in peace.

50 days ago
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FREEDOM    

THANKS FOR LAUGHTER, SMILES AND TALENT. GOD BLESS.

49 days ago
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Deborah Kidd Howell    

I care about Robin Williams. He has been my mentor for a life time...I so wanted to go to Julliard in 1977. Not in my cards and not that funny. He had something that no one can describe frantic genius and empathy that went beyond his own barriers or he had no shields and he was vulnerable to all shades of emotion love and hatred. My husband was a sweet man that was an only child, looked a lot like Robin, but no one knew but me how he worried about everything, how he needed perfection from himself, how he needed drugs to be happy. Was he making a statement? I thought so at first. But you do not know the psyche ache these people suffer. They must end Thier confusion and brain needs and self loathing and the little demon that gnaws at them and becomes Legion. They have a complete neuron disconnect and SNAP. Sad tp Mad and things get strange and everything can change in a New York minute. There is no reason for insanity and we all are vulnerable....some are born to let people and things in and it can be too much for Thier mind to handle physically. The statement is the last words my husband said before he threw me out of the room and blew his head off with a deer rifle. " I'm leaving". It is about them and the pain they feel so deeply....the world is too much with me. Is that Shakesspeare? That would be fitting for the greatest show on earth....the one and only Robin Williams. I do not feel like living in a world without. My husband and RW, but I will hang until I go mad.
Yours Truely,
Deborah

41 days ago

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