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'Sandlot' Cast Reunites on 'Today' in Honor of 25th Anniversary

'Sandlot' Cast Reunites on 'Today' in Honor of 25th Anniversary

This morning on NBC's Today, Gadi Schwartz sat down with The Sandlot cast to celebrate the film's 25th anniversary.

"It's been insane. It definitely gets you in places for free", York told NBC's Gadi Schwartz about being recognized from the film. Even after 25 years, the cast is still very recognizable.

"It's been insane, it definitely gets you in places for free", he joked, eliciting laughs from his co-stars.

"It's been insane. I can't walk through a Las Vegas casino without someone yelling 'Yeah-Yeah!'" York explained.

"The film was made with the same amount of love that people have for it, and it was the greatest summer of our lives", Evans says. The director took it a step further and said, "it was the greatest summer of our lives".

"Heroes get remembered. but legends never die!"

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For Evans, who also wrote and narrated The Sandlot, it was more than that.

The cast reflected on the impact the film had on themselves and on the generation that grew up loving the movie.

Chaucey Leopardi, who portrayed the lovable character Squints, said his own teen daughter 'thinks I'm just kind of a dork'.

Patrick Renna, aka Hamilton "Ham" Porter, said he just recently watched the movie with his son for the first time and he apparently didn't like it quite as much as his favorite Disney film. Maybe the men will become cooler in the eyes of their children a little later down the road.

While the stars never realized their Dodgers dreams in real life, their on-screen team spirit inspired many of today's Major League Baseball greats.