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It's Been 25 Years Since 'The Sandlot', But They Reunited On The Field And It Was A Total Homerun

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Can you believe that it has been 25 years since we first met Smalls, Benny, Ham, Squints, DeNunez, Yeah-Yeah, Timmy, Bertram, and Repeat?

The 1993 classic follows Scotty Smalls as he tried to join a local baseball team, but after a rough start, eventually he finds his place on the team.

The kids have to be careful of the big "Beast" that will apparently destroy anything that comes in his yard, but when a baseball signed by Babe Ruth gets stuck inside, the kids are forced to take on the beast.

The Sandlot
20th Century Fox

Needless to say, it doesn't go great. The dog destroyed their baseball, but they do find out that he isn't this evil monster like they thought, he's just a big goofball.

It's honestly insane that it has been 25 years since we first watched this movie. It was such an iconic movie and basically required viewing for your childhood but it feels like it was just yesterday that we watched it for the first time.

The Sandlot
20th Century Fox

For me, my favorite part was when they realized that the dog wasn't as evil as they thought he was. I really thought he was the cutest thing, and to be completely honest he reminded me of my dog. People always said he looked mean, but he was the biggest goofball in the world who just wanted to be loved at all times.

The Sandlot Beast
20th Century Fox

To celebrate the anniversary of the film, many of the stars got together to talk about the movie and how it changed their life and catch up on what they've been up to since...

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