After 25 years, The Sandlot cast reunite to share how the iconic film opened doors for them, and pretty sure the '90s kids felt nostalgic.
"Heroes get remembered. but legends never die!"
It's been 25 years and the kids from "The Sandlot" are still as beloved as ever.
Even after more than two decades, the cast proved they're still on top of the game when they played baseball.
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"It's been insane. It definitely gets you in places for free", York told NBC's Gadi Schwartz about being recognized from the film. "I mean, it definitely gets you in places for free. Can't walk through a Las Vegas casino without someone yelling, Yeah Yeah".
The cast reflected on the impact the film had on themselves and on the generation that grew up loving the movie.
In addition to reminiscing about making the film, the former child actors talked about the film's cultural legacy, what it's like to be a part of so many people's childhoods, and what life is like for them now. You can check out The Sandlot reunion below, thanks to the Today Show Twitter account.
Chaucey Leopardi, who portrayed the lovable character Squints, said his own teen daughter 'thinks I'm just kind of a dork'.