Bryan Cranston's Walter White once said, "I'm the person who thumps."
On Saturday at Dodger Stadium, Cranston was without a doubt the one thumped,
getting hit by a line drive during the All-Star Celebrity Softball match-up warmups.
The occasion was essential for Major League Baseball's celebrations paving
the way to Tuesday night's All-Star game at the arena.
Cranston was struck in the right shoulder by a line drive off the bat of Grammy Award-champ Anthony Ramos
as they took batting practice in one next to the other improvised confines outside the ballpark.
Cranston, 66-years of age, multiplied over several minutes,
then, at that point, went to his close by trailer.