Mike Vitar (Benny "The Jet" Rodriguez) was absent, but David Mickey Evans, who directed, narrated and wrote the movie, joined the get-together.
As for cast's favorite lines in The Sandlot,"Bake him like a toasted cheeser", and "You bob for apples in the toilet, and you like it", were the clear winners amongst all of them.
"It's been insane", York says to reporter Gadi Schwartz.
On Thursday, the gang - including Smalls, Ham, Squints, DeNunez, Yeah-Yeah, Timmy, Bertram and Repeat - reunited on TODAY to reflect on their memories, share what life's been like since, and toss the ball around again.
It's hard to believe, but The Sandlot is now 25 years old.
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Released in 1993, The Sandlot was set in 1962 and followed the summer of a group of neighborhood kids who played a never-ending baseball game and went head-to-head with the legend of a dog named "The Beast". "I can't walk through a Las Vegas casino without someone yelling, 'Yeah-Yeah'".
Explaining why the movie has continued to carry such a particular place in folks's hearts, Evans stated, "the movie was made with the identical quantity of affection that individuals have for it and it was the best summer time of our lives". More of the reunion can be seen on Today's website.
For Patrick Renna, who played Hamilton "Ham" Porter, the reunion was a reminder that some friendships are just meant to stand the test of time.
Chaucey Leopardi, who portrayed the lovable character Squints, said his own teen daughter 'thinks I'm just kind of a dork'.