Robin Williams Remembered At SF Giants Game By His Kids And Billy Crystal

Posted: Oct 27 2014, 5:02am CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News

 
Robin Williams Remembered at SF Giants Game by his Kids and Billy Crystal
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Baseball fans in San Francisco got a special emotional treat before the Game 5. An emotional Robin Williams tribute staged by his three kids and his friend Billy Crystal. See the pics.

Famous comedian Robin Williams died way to early on August 11, 2014. This weekend his children Zak, Cody and Zelda paid tribute to the late comedian and big SF Giants fan together with his friend Billy Crystal. Before the SF Giants game in San Francisco an emotional video was shown of clips of Williams at the SF Giants ball park and his most memorable movie roles. After that Williams' eldest had the honor of throwing the first ceremonial pitch.

You can watch the Robin Williams Tribute video shown at the San Francisco Giants game here. The Giants managed a 5-0 win over the Royals.

Zelda Williams was in the news last week for a very personal tribute to her father. She got a tattoo of a hummingbird on her hand. It is the most perfect tattoo representing Williams I can imagine. See it below.

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