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The Cast of ‘The Sandlot,’ Then and Now
The Beast, P.F. Flyers, L 7 Weenie — they all have one thing in common:
The Sandlot. Making its mark on baseball movie culture in the early 1990s, the film quickly became a classic.
Following the antics of a baseball-loving crew of kids who accidently sacrifice a Babe Ruth-signed baseball to the neighborhood dog,
The Sandlot captured the heart of young kids who share the love of the game.
Released on April 1st, 1993, the movie celebrates its 25th anniversary this year.
In honor of that milestone, The Hollywood Reporter is going down memory lane to remember where the stars were, and look at where they are now.
Tom Guiry as Scott Smalls
Born in October 1981, Tom Guiry made his acting debut as “new kid in town” Scotty Smalls in The Sandlot at age 11. Projected into a career in film after the movie’s success,
Guiry went on to star in the 1994 film Lassie and the 1996 film The Last Home Run.
Moving on to more serious roles, Guiry landed the part of Yurek in the 2001 film Black Hawk Down and carried on with a performance in Mystic River.
Guiry also appeared in the 2015 Oscar-winning film The Revenant with Leonardo DiCaprio.
Guiry missed the 20th reunion of The Sandlot cast after being detained in a Texas airport for allegedly headbutting a police officer.
Mike Vitar as “Benny the Jet” Rodriguez
Making his debut in The Sandlot after being discovered by a casting agent while waiting in line for a carnival ride, Mike Vitar went on to have a five-year acting career.
After portraying Luis Mendoza in The Mighty Ducks movies, Vitar retired from acting and joined the Los Angeles Fire Department.