The Brewers’ Reenactment of ‘The Sandlot’ is a Home Run
The Brew Crew filmed their version of the movie’s best scene in honor of its 25th anniversary.
April 7, 1993, was an important day in baseball history.
That of course, as any hardcore seamhead should be able to tell you, is the day The Sandlot came out in theatres.
In order to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the release of the best baseball movie of the ‘90s (all due respect to Rookie of the Year, A League of Their Own and Major League II), the Milwaukee Brewers decided to reenact the scene when Smalls, Bennie, Squints and the rest of the gang try to get back the Babe Ruth-signed baseball that Ham smacked over a fence.
Warning: “The Beast” is not exactly how you remember him in their version.
Here’s the clip. And remember, heroes get remembered but legends never die.
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