Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul returned to the roots of their hit show Breaking Bad by stopping by at a minor league baseball game in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Saturday night.
The two buddies had a chance to show off their baseball skills and throw the first pitch in a special charity auction.
Cranston, 66, and Paul, 42, unveiled their bronze character statues from their iconic series at a convention center in Albuquerque on Friday.
First pitch: Bryan Cranston, 66, and Aaron Paul, 42, were seen throwing the first pitch at a baseball game in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where their show Breaking Bad was filmed and filmed
The former co-stars wore baseball jerseys with “Dos Hombres” printed on the front to promote their mezcal company.
After Breaking Bad ended, the two remained close friends and decided to go into the alcohol business together.
One photo showed Aaron and Bryan posing with the Albuquerque Isotopes mascot named Orbit.
Big surprise: The two actors were spotted addressing a few words to fans ahead of the big minor league baseball game
Business Partners: The award-winning talents held up a bottle of mezcal to promote their company, Dos Hombres
Talented: The renowned actor has received four Emmy Awards for Lead Actor in a Drama Series
The two talented stars seemed in high spirits as they said a few words to the cheering fans before kick-off.
The highly anticipated minor league baseball game was between the Albuquerque Isotopes and the Las Vegas Aviators and took place at Rio Grande Credit Union Field.
After a short speech, Aaron was seen testing his athletic ability by throwing a pitcher.
Hidden Talent: Aaron was pictured testing his baseball skills by throwing the first pitch
Reunited: The actors have been able to spend time together even though the hit series ‘Breaking Bad’ ended in 2013
Having fun: Bryan had a big smile on his face as he stood on the baseball field, holding a baseball glove
Even though Breaking Bad came to an end in 2013, the two leading stars still remain incredibly close friends.
During an interview with Forbes, Aaron expressed how much he looks up to and admires Bryan.
“I always say Bryan is the hardest worker in the room, but he’s also the most immature person I’ve ever met in my life,” he explained.
“He quickly became one of my best friends in the world, my mentor on the show, my mentor in life.”
Great return: The Emmy-winning actress seemed thrilled to be returning to the home of Breaking Bad
Grateful: The two actors were seen waving to fans who cheered them on from the stands
Enjoying the night: The two close friends walked along the edge of the baseball field while fans looked on
Speaking to Esquire about the duo’s mezcal company Dos Hombres, Aaron touched on their friendship.
“I say it every time I’m with him. I love this man so much. I get so incredibly emotional,” said the Westworld actor.
“He’s really a father figure, an older brother figure that I just love and adore so much…”
Exciting: Aaron and Bryan were seen watching the baseball game in full swing in an upstairs area
Fan Moment: Bryan had a little chat with one of the baseball players before the game started
Exciting: Fans of the actors and the show could be seen taking photos and videos of the stars on their phones
Aside from stopping by one of the biggest minor league baseball games of the season, the actors recently unveiled their bronze statues at a convention center in New Mexico City.
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter at the unveiling, Vince Gillian, creator of the award-winning series, opened up about his feelings towards the two leading stars who inspired the statues.
“I see two of the best actors America has ever produced. I see them in character as two larger than life tragic figures, cautionary tales,” he explained.
Good try: Aaron seemed to take the first pitch of Saturday night’s baseball game very seriously
Fun evening: The TV stars had big grins on their faces all evening and had a lot of fun
Tribute: A convention center in Albuquerque unveiled bronze statues of the main cast for their roles in ‘Breaking Bad’.