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Bob Odenkirk donned a jersey with his face on it for a minor league team’s Better Call Saul night

By Brendan Maloy
August 09, 2016

The Albuquerque Isotopes announced their plans for a Better Call Saul theme night all the way back in February, along with the wonderful jerseys featuring the face of the show’s star Bob Odenkirk.

The big night finally came around over the weekend and the team found a very fitting special guest to throw out the first pitch in Bob Odenkirk, who even donned one of the wonderful jerseys with his face on it.

The Isotopes are auctioning off the special game-worn jerseys for charity right now on their website, with net proceeds going to the New Mexico Autism Society.

Better Call Saul, which is a prequel spinoff of Breaking Bad, has already aired two seasons, and Bryan Cranston, who played Walter Whiter on that series, recently said he would be happy to reprise his award-winning role on the show.

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