Walter White (Pre-Meth)
Yes, I know its a little far fetched, but hear me out. A popular all-around nice, family man who finds himself down on his luck. Others around them are having wild success but he grinds it out for the love of their craft (science, baseball).
"I did it for me" $126 Million. It's an eerily similar total for both of these two to have made when they changed from being a chemistry teacher, and from a Phillie. Werth, a player we thought we could love forever, leaves for Washington and a huge paycheck. Thing is, Werth is just too stupid to actually pull off an operation like Heisenberg's.
Scrappy, will fight anybody, but definitely has a soft side. In Rinaldo's case, that's tweeting selfies.
It must be their affinity for using binoculars. Mick's sarcastic nature also fits ASAC Schrader's personality pretty well. Plus their overall physique.
Don't mind us, just trying to make millions of dollars putting a good product out on the field. Baseball players, crystal meth.... okay, close enough.
DEA Agent Steve Gomez
Just look at them.
When Bernie gets mad about a Flyers loss, I'm sure he can be just as stern as Mike.
This role was made for him. Especially since Huell in real life is actually a comedian, and Hollis was one of the biggest clowns in the locker room during his time with the Eagles.
Hope you enjoyed the comparisons. Comment below if you would use anyone different, because I am sure I missed some glaring ones, and any other characters you could see played by Philly athletes.
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