Bryan Cranston suffered a serious shoulder injury while warming up for a celebrity softball game.
The 66-year-old “Breaking Bad” actor was one of the famous faces at the All-Star Celebrity softball game Sunday (07/07/22) at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, but he almost started the game after being hit The ball was out before the warm-up.
Brian was seen kneeling in pain after the ball hit him in the shoulder, video shows an aide asking if he was okay, ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ comedian Guillermo Rodriguez Offer to give him some water.
The fouled ball came from the bat of ‘In the Heights’ star Anthony Ramos.
The actor stayed on the ground for a few minutes before returning to his trailer, admitting after the incident that he may have to quit the game.
Bryan said: “Definitely bruises. I’m probably more of a cheerleader in this game.”
However, Bryan managed to get over the pain and play for Los Angeles.
He even pretended to have an argument with the referee during a game that ended in a stroke.
The TV star, who was seen kicking dirt into the referee’s foot, shouted: “It’s in there. You stole the game from us!”
Fellow actor JK Simmons stepped in to calm the tension, but Bryan was ejected and reappeared with a bucket of bubblegum, which they threw all over the field.
However, Bryan’s efforts weren’t enough to help his team win, as Los Angeles lost 15-13 to Brooklyn.
The actor is a sports fan who has previously appeared on minor league baseball team Triple-A Isotopes. He will throw the first pitch for the team on July 30 with his “Breaking Bad” co-star Aaron Paul.