'Breaking Bad' star bleeds Dodger blue
Portraying a dying high school chemistry teacher who cooks crystal meth in an attempt to leave his family with enough financial support once he's dead has helped veteran actor Bryan Cranston understand baseball's steroid users a little better.
Both scenarios raise questions of "what if?" that challenge a person's moral character. What if you had only a year or two left to live, how would you spend your final days? What if reaching your lifelong dream of a major league baseball career ...
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