Dodgers Organist Plays Emotional 'Numb' Tribute To Chester Bennington

"Brought tears to my eyes watching that."

Dodger Stadium filled with the music of Linkin Park on Thursday in honor of the band’s lead singer Chester Bennington, who died Thursday at 41.

Organist Dieter Ruehle played a moving rendition of the alt-rock band’s 2003 hit “Numb” prior to the Los Angeles Dodgers-Atlanta Braves baseball game after receiving a request from a fan on Twitter.

The video, above, is now going viral:

Dodgers pitcher Brandon McCarthy also honored Bennington by warming up to Linkin Park:

According to the Los Angeles County Coroner, authorities are investigating Bennington’s death as a suicide. No further details are currently available.

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