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The Sandlot celebrated its 20th anniversary this year, and after the countless reunions and tributes that have taken place to commemorate the baseball classic, a group of MLB players joined in on the fun and paid homage to the timeless flick by reciting some of their favorite lines.
The MLB Fan Cave gathered Robinson Cano, Andrew McCutchen, Chris Davis, Yasiel Puig and many more major leaguers to pay tribute to the movie with their renditions of “You’re killing me, Smalls,” “He’s an L-7 Weenie,” and other memorable one-liners.
Check out the video below to hear the professionals channel their inner Squints and dreamily say Wendy Peffercorn.
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