Watch: Bryan Cranston Performs One-Man Baseball Show in MLB Postseason Commercial

Look, at this point anything Bryan Cranston does is worth talking about, right? He’s proven to be one of the most entertaining actors working right now. Now that he’s conquered the world of television with Breaking Bad — and receiving dozens of awards in the process — and Broadway with All The Way, Cranston can honestly say he has this whole acting thing down.

So what’s next for the actor extraordinaire who got his start in a Preparation H commercial, of all things? Cranston ruminates on his next grand project in an extended commercial for TBS about the channel’s upcoming coverage of the Major League Baseball Postseason. It features Cranston putting on a one-man show covering the entire baseball postseason and is rife with all the sports cliches you can think of, along with many other gems like a dramatic reading of “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” (which Cranston will have to perform at a Cubs game at some point).

Watch the clip above and lets us know what you think is the best bit in the comments!

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