'The Sandlot' Turns 20: Where Are The Kids Now? - KMSP-TV

'The Sandlot' Turns 20: Where Are The Kids Now?

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PHILADELPHIA -

"You're killing me, Smalls!"

It's the 20th anniversary of the movie "The Sandlot."

America fell in love with the story of a little fifth-grader Scotty Smalls, his group of buddies, their big dog Hercules and their love for the game of baseball!

Joining "Good Day" on Friday morning was the film's writer and director, David M. Evans, who is from Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Evans narrated, directed and co-wrote the movie, which was ranked in the top 40 of the best sports movies ever made.

"The Sandlot" is considered to be the summertime version of "A Christmas Story."

Want to watch it again? A special screening will be on Saturday after the Trenton Thunder baseball game.

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