The gang got back together on the Today Show for a reunion celebrating the milestone anniversary of the classic film about a group of kids spending the summer playing baseball and getting into mischief.
"It's been loopy. I imply, [it] undoubtedly will get you in locations free of charge", Marty York, who performed Alan "Yeah Yeah" McClennan, remarked.
"It's been insane. I mean, (it) definitely gets you in places for free". "I can't walk through a Las Vegas casino without someone shouting, 'Yeah-Yeah!'" But rest were mostly split between wanting to see LeBron come to L.A. and Kobe make a comeback.
"It's been insane", York said.
Tom Guiry, who played Scotty Smalls, the new kid in town, agreed.
"It made a big impact on a lot of people's lives", Guiry says.
The solid additionally proved that regardless of all of the years which have handed, they nonetheless know their manner round a baseball diamond.More news: Negotiations for Trump-Mueller interview collapsed after Cohen raid
Brandon Quinton Adams (Kenny DeNunez) and Patrick Renna (Hamilton "Ham" Porter) discussing everything from the film's legacy to their favorite scenes.
Patrick Renna, who played "Ham", admits that he showed it to his young son, but said "well, he's really big on Moana".
When asked what their children think of their work on The Sandlot, Chaucey Leopardi, who played "Squints", said his own teen daughter "thinks I'm just kind of a dork".
But maybe that'll change if she checks out what happened next during their reunion.
Schwartz gripped his bat and pumped himself up with a familiar line: "Don't be a goofus!"
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.