Bob Odenkirk at Albuquerque Isotopes ‘Better Call Saul’ Night
Bob Odenkirk, the star of the AMC hit television series, “Breaking Bad” prequel “Better Call Saul”, was expected to be joining in at Isotopes Park on Saturday, August 6 when the Albuquerque Isotopes base ball team admired and planned to celebrate “Better Call Saul” Night.
With “Better Call Saul” themed large pictures of Saul Goodman printed on their jersey’s, the Albuquerque Isotopes on Saturday night put on their own hit show, beating the Sacramento River Cats by 9-2 to maintain a strategic win distance clearly on “Better Call Saul” night at Isotopes Park.
The Albuquerque Isotope’s 14 hits, including Jordan Patterson running 3-for-4 with a twofold, a grand slam home run and two RBIs, was the main fascination on the field. A firecrackers show dealt with the post game excitement for a reported horde of more than 10000 audience.
Fans had an opportunity to bid and buy the players worn T-shirts by means of a silent auction, with champs having the chance to have their pullovers actually signed by Odenkirk. Odenkirk also signed autographs for more than an hour for several thousands of fans who were lined up before game time. He later started the first game ceremony.
Video Source: Albuquerque Journal
For Isotopes fans the nation over, a select number of pullovers and jerseys will be accessible through an online bidding website. Continuation on the sales will advantage the New Mexico Autism Society.
Rather than hitting the extravagance suites after the pitch, Odenkirk demanded coming back to the principle concourse to again sign signatures for a few hundred more fans who couldn’t get one preceding the begin of the game. It wasn’t a piece of the arrangement.
“That was all his decision,” Isotopes General Manager John Traub said. “He wanted to do that.”
Hats off to this wonderful ‘good man’, Bob Odenkirk!