Published: Sat, April 14, 2018
Medicine | By Earnest Bishop

'The Sandlot' Cast Reunites 25 Years After Beloved Film's Release

'The Sandlot' Cast Reunites 25 Years After Beloved Film's Release

Gadi Schwartz also tweeted out a behind-the-scene video in which the cast talks about what they'd like to see happen in the real world of sports.

Twenty-five years after charming an entire generation of neighborhood rascals, the cast of the coming-of-age baseball classic The Sandlot reunited - on a baseball diamond, of course.

Marty York, the actor who played "Yeah-Yeah", admitted his role in "The Sandlot" has brought him enduring perks.

And the original cast of The Sandlot commemorated the 25th anniversary of their fan-favorite flick back on the baseball field during a segment for the Today Show aired on Thursday morning.

You can't hear the phrase, "You're killing me, Smalls!" without knowing exactly where it came from. "You can't walk through a Las Vegas casino without someone yelling, 'Yeah-Yeah!'"

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"It made a big impact on lots of people's lives", Guiry said of the film's legacy. Patrick Renna, a.k.a. Ham, says he wants to see Odell Beckham Jr. go to the Patriots, so he's terrible.

Unfortunately, Mike Vitar (Benny "The Jet" Rodriguez) was MIA from the festivities, but if his experience is anything like York's, then we have a feeling "The Jet" references are aplenty.

For Patrick Renna, who played Hamilton "Ham" Porter, the reunion was a reminder that some friendships are just meant to stand the test of time.

When asked what their children think of their work on The Sandlot, Chaucey Leopardi, who played "Squints", said his own teen daughter "thinks I'm just kind of a dork".

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