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Bryan Cranston Hit by Line Drive at All-Star Celebrity Softball Game

The award-winning ‘Breaking Bad’ star was struck in the right shoulder by a hit from ‘In the Heights’ star Anthony Ramos during the Saturday night video game at Dodger Stadium.

Bryan Cranston was hoping to obtain a hit in the All-Star Celebrity Softball video game at Dodger Stadium.

Instead, the “Breaking Bad” star got struck.

Cranston was struck in the right shoulder by a line drive off the bat of Grammy Award victor Anthony Ramos as they took batting practice in side-by-side makeshift cages outside the ballpark Saturday evening.

The 66-year-old Cranston doubled over for a pair mins, after that headed to his close-by trailer.

” It’s absolutely mosting likely to bruise,” Cranston said after recouping. “I could be even more of a supporter in this video game.”

The Tony, Emmy and Olivier award champion later on really felt well enough to use the area at Dodger Stadium. He took a called third strike and also feigned a debate with the umpire.

Cranston bet the Los Angeles team, which lost to Brooklyn 15-13. Former San Francisco Giants celebrity Hunter Pence struck 2 home runs for Brooklyn and also was repetitively booed by the LA group.

Best known for his duty as Walter White on TV’s “Breaking Bad,” Cranston put on an Albuquerque Isotopes hat in the scene where White initially satisfies attorney Saul Goodman– now the title character of the offshoot series “Better Call Saul.”

Cranston has appeared at numerous ready the Triple-A Isotopes, and he and “Breaking Bad” costar Aaron Paul are arranged to toss a ritualistic first pitch there July 30.

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