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Video: Dodgers-Giants Honor Victims of Orlando Shooting with Moment of Silence

In wake of the massive shooting in Orlando that left at least 50 people dead and more than 50 others wounded families mourned the loss of their loved ones. The shooting would become the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.

People, including members of the media, from across the nation took to social media to show how to help victims and voice their condolences.

Dodgers pitcher Alex Wood also voiced his condolences to the families who lost their loved ones.

Before the Dodgers-Giants series finale a moment of silence was held.

If you are able to support, you can donate to the victims families via a GoFundMe page. More than 32,000 people have already contributed over $1.2M to the fund.

Written by Elisa Hernandez

Sports enthusiast serving as DodgersNation.com host/reporter. Proud USC graduate in a CA state of Mind. Dodgers, Lakers, Broncos, Trojans and Kings fan! I have a million jobs, but you guys are my first priority <3 Tweet me @EHernandezTV.

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