Bryan Cranston has been a Los Angeles Dodgers fan since childhood.
The actor experienced some special moments Tuesday, meeting iconic broadcaster Vin Scully, performing guest public address announcer duties and channeling his “Breaking Bad” persona.
Cranston, 58, signed a baseball for Dodgers pitcher Brian Wilson.
“I can use a guy like you,” he wrote, autographing the ball “Walter White.”
Cranston played White, a chemistry teacher who decides to cook crystal meth after getting cancer, on the hit AMC show from 2008 to 2013.
To top off his adventure, the Dodgers won the game, 8-6, over the Padres to maintain their first place lead in the National League West division.