Robin Williams’ Kids, Giants Honor Late Actor Before World Series Game 5

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Robin Williams TributeThe San Francisco Giants paid tribute to late actor and comedian Robin Williams before Sunday night’s World Series Game 5.

Williams’ three children — Zak, Zelda and Cody — threw out the first pitch at AT&T Park during what was an emotional ceremony dedicated to the beloved “Good Will Hunting” star. Receiving the first pitch was fellow actor Billy Crystal, a good friend of Williams.

Williams’ family was thrilled to have the opportunity to celebrate their father, a huge Giants fan, with the ceremonial first pitch.

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The Giants also played a video clip of Williams firing up fans about the team’s 2010 National League West Division title.

The Giants defeated the Kansas City Royals 5-0 to pull within one win of the World Series title. Game 6 is scheduled for Tuesday night in Kansas City.

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