'The Sandlot' cast reunites after 25 years

'The Sandlot' cast reunites after 25 years

"I can't walk through a Las Vegas casino without someone yelling 'Yeah-Yeah!'" York told Today correspondent Gadi Schwartz. Present for the reunion were Smalls (Tom Guiry), Ham (Patrick Renna), Squints (Chauncey Leopardi), DeNunez (Brandon Quintin Adams), Yeah-Yeah (Marty York), Timmy (Shane Obedzinski), Bertram (Grant Gelt) and Repeat (Shane Obedzinski), as well as writer/director/narrator David Mickey Evans.

In the segment, Marty York, who portrayed Yeah-Yeah (and, as a buff grownup looks nothing like that fast-talking skinny kid), opened up about the enduring legacy of the film and its effect on his life.

This year Sandlot fans are celebrating the film's 25th anniversary.

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.

But it surely's not simply on a regular basis individuals who nonetheless maintain the film in excessive regard - Main League Baseball gamers are among the many movie's largest followers.

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"It made a big impact on a lot of people's lives", Guiry says.

Chaucey Leopardi, who played Squints, said his own teen daughter "thinks I'm just kind of a dork".

Patrick Renna, who played Ham, said he showed the film to his son for the first time, but "he's really big on 'Moana, '" unfortunately.