This year marks the 25th anniversary of “The Sandlot,” a film about a group of kids who bond over America’s favorite pastime one summer in 1960s California.

While the film was set in the Golden State — including Dodger Stadium — it was mostly filmed in and around Ogden and Salt Lake City.

You can still see some familiar scenes from the movie today. The iconic sandlot itself has changed the most.

(Left: Screenshot from "The Sandlot" | Right: Photo by Rick Egan, The Salt Lake Tribune) Main character Scotty's home is located along 2000 East in Salt Lake City.

Protagonist Scotty’s home is on 2000 East in Salt Lake City.

(Left: Screenshot from "The Sandlot" | Right: Photo by Rick Egan, The Salt Lake Tribune) Future baseball star Benny Rodriguez lived at a house on 2000 East in Salt Lake City.

Future baseball star Benny Rodriguez lived on 2000 East in Salt Lake City.

(Left: Screenshot from "The Sandlot" | Right: Photo by Rick Egan, The Salt Lake Tribune) The actual sandlot, where the group spent every day in the summer, is located near Glenrose Drive in Salt Lake City.

The actual sandlot, where the group spent every summer day, is near Glenrose Drive in the Glendale neighborhood of Salt Lake City. The field was rebuilt in 2013 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the film.

(Left: Screenshot from "The Sandlot" | Right: Photo by Rick Egan, The Salt Lake Tribune) The film's memorable pool scenes were filmed at the Lorin Farr Community Pool in Ogden.

The film’s memorable pool scenes were filmed at the Lorin Farr Community Pool in Ogden.

(Left: Screenshot from "The Sandlot" | Right: Photo by Rick Egan, The Salt Lake Tribune) The neighborhood's 4th of July picnic was held at the corner of Bryan Avenue and South 2000 East in Salt Lake City.

The neighborhood’s Fourth of July picnic was held at the corner of Bryan Avenue and 2000 East in Salt Lake City.

(Left: Screenshot from "The Sandlot" | Right: Photo by Rick Egan, The Salt Lake Tribune) Goofy teammate Ham's home is located around 2000 East and Bryan Avenue in Salt Lake City.

Ham, the catcher, also lived on 2000 East, near Bryan Avenue in Salt Lake City.

(Left: Screenshot from "The Sandlot" | Right: Photo by Rick Egan, The Salt Lake Tribune) The scrappy group of sandlot kids played their game against the more refined baseball bullies at Rose Park Field at Riverside Park in Salt Lake City.

The scrappy group of sandlot kids played their game against the more refined baseball bullies at Rose Park Field at Riverside Park in Salt Lake City.

(Left: Screenshot from "The Sandlot" | Right: Photo by Rick Egan, The Salt Lake Tribune) The Founders Day picnic and carnival were both film at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City.

The Founders Day Picnic and Carnival were filmed at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City.

Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the film in two ways this week:

THE BEES CELEBRATE THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF “THE SANDLOT”
The first pitch will be thrown by stars of the movie — Tom Guiry (Smalls), Marty York (Yeah-Yeah), Victor DiMattia (Timmy), Shane Obedzinski (Tommy), Brandon Quintin Adams (DeNunez), Grant Gelt (Bertram), Wil Horneff (Phillips) and Patrick Renna (Ham) — and director David Mickey Evans.
When • 6:45 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 10
Where • Smith’s Ballpark, 77 W. 1300 South, Salt Lake City
“THE SANDLOT" ON THE SANDLOT
A sold-out screening will include a meet-and-greet with cast members. There will be concessions at the outdoor showing in the sandlot, and event organizers advise bringing chairs and blankets for seating on the dirt field.
When: 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 11 (field opens at 5 p.m.)
Where: The Sandlot, 1122 Navajo St., Salt Lake City
Tickets: This event is sold out, but more information is available at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sandlot-25th-anniversary-celebration-tickets-48027447388