'The Sandlot' cast reunited at Dodger Stadium and it was awesome

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This past April marked the 25th anniversary of ‘The Sandlot’ hitting movie theaters. On Saturday night, the Los Angeles Dodgers celebrated that milestone with an awesome reunion.

Several cast members, including the actors who played Bertram, Ham, Repeat, Smalls, Squints, Timmy, Yeah-Yeah and DeNunez came together at Dodger Stadium for the event. They were joined by the film’s director/writer David Mickey Evans.

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As we saw on the Dodgers twitter feed, they all appeared to have a great time.



They weren’t the only ones.

The cast mingled with Dodgers players

Dodgers players had a great time too just hanging out with the actors who brought the film to life and in their own way helped to inspire a new generation of players.


We’re not sure which group had more fun.

Pregame and postgame festivities

The ‘Sandlot Night’ events featured a fantastic pregame ceremony where the cast members were introduced to the crowd and lined up along the third base line.



That’s an awesome shot.

After the Dodgers topped Madison Bumgarner and the rival San Francisco Giants 3-1, fans were invited to stick around and watch the movie on the videoboard. The team also did that five years ago for the 20th anniversary.

Coming to a ballpark near you

The Dodgers are one of several teams that have held or will hold an event honoring the film. Be sure to check your favorite teams schedule to see if they’re among them.

It’s fitting though that the Dodgers did it bigger than those before them, and we assume better than those that will follow.

Dodger Stadium played host to an awesome reunion of ‘The Sandlot’ cast. (Getty Images)
Dodger Stadium played host to an awesome reunion of ‘The Sandlot’ cast. (Getty Images)

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