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The Brewers reenact The Sandlot and it is fantastic - A Hunt and Peck

The Sandlot is twenty-five years old this year.

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The Sandlot is a lovely movie about baseball, friendship, and a very big dog. It is quotable, fun, and it has James Earl Jones. This year, the movie turns twenty-five years old. To honor the anniversary of the year The Sandlot was released, the Milwaukee Brewers recreated the scene from the movie that introduced “The Beast” using their own cast of characters, which new acquisition Christian Yelich starring as Benny “The Jet” Rodriguez.

It is fantastic and you must watch it.

Did you watch it? No? Go back up there and watch it. We will wait.


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