The cast of The Sandlot have launched a special series of limited-edition digital trading cards and physical collectibles.
The Sandlot, released in 1993, is celebrating its 30th anniversary. This classic American coming-of-age film has become a beloved cultural touchstone for many. Directed by David Mickey Evans, the movie takes us back to the summer of 1962 and follows a group of young boys who spend their days playing baseball on an empty sandlot in their neighborhood. The kids are played by Patrick Renna, Tom Guiry, Mike Vitar, Chauncey Leopardi, Marty York, Brandon Quintin Adams, Grant Gelt, Victor DiMattia, and Shane Obedzinski. We spoke to Grant, Victory, and Marty today about celebrating the milestone and the special NFT collectible drop they are doing for fans of the movies now available at BoysOfSummer.cards. Watch the video below!
The Sandlot is not just a movie about baseball but also about the importance of friendship and the lessons we learn as we grow up. Throughout the film, the boys learn important life lessons about honesty, courage, and standing up for what is right. They also experience the pain of loss and the bittersweet feeling of growing up and leaving childhood behind. It has become a beloved classic, partly thanks to its timeless themes and relatable characters. This film has inspired countless people to pick up a baseball and head outside to play with friends. It is a movie that celebrates the beauty of childhood and the magic of summer days spent with good friends.