In honor of the 20th anniversary of the release of The Sandlot, Robinson Cano, Andrew McCutchen, Yasiel Puig and Chris Davis among others got together in the MLB Fan Cave to pay tribute to the classic movie -- with the recitation of some of their favorite lines.

Among the most popular? "You're killing me, Smalls", "It's too hot out here, Vinnie! I'm baking like a toasted cheesier", "He's an L-7-Weenieeee" and of course the triumphant:

"The Jet stole home! The Jet stole home!"

Watch that here:

And if you have no idea how the actual delivery of those lines goes, we direct you here. Immediately.

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Things nearly got extremely messy at the 24 Hours of Spa endurance race in Belgium.

Shortly after the competition got underway, Alessandro Pier Guidi lost control of his Ferrari 458 and was sent into a 360 degree spin.

Somehow, Pier Guidi managed to pull himself and his car together and stay on track. He avoided all other cars and managed to help his team finish 12th overall.

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In case you missed it, last week a crestfallen Redskins fans posted a teary video to YouTube after she failed to score an autograph at Washington's first day of training camp.

The video was so outrageous that many wondered if it was actually real.

We now have confirmation: It was real, and it was spectacular.

The woman, named Kimberly Lewis, told Richmond's NBC affiliate that she is four months pregnant, so her excessive emotionality may be due to her hormones.

While that's very understandable, it is too late for Lewis to retract her over-the-top clip. The video currently has more than a quarter of a million views on YouTube and has made her somewhat of an Internet celebrity.

And as you can imagine, it's not hard for people to have some fun with Lewis' video. Take these young Cowboys fans, for instance. In a recently uploaded video entitled "Cowboys response to redskins training camp fail," three boys are wearing Dallas gear and sitting at a table with some signed memorabilia. They are wiping their eyes with napkins and are pretending to hold back tears.

"We just spent two and a half hours at the Dallas Cowboys training camp," the first boy says, "and we only got everything."

The line is a clear jab at Lewis, who says she spent all day at Redskins camp and came away empty-handed.

"And we got these VIP passes," chimes in another boy while pretending to hold back tears, "We only got to stand by the players, not on the field."

Boo hoo.

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In the latest episode of bored out-of-season athletes posting to Instagram, Wizards' point guard John Wall was doing ... something ... when he posted this over the weekend.

Wall, who could be signing a huge new contract extension with the Wizards this summer, spent the past few days trying out for USA Basketball.

No word if he's planning on teaming up with Russell Westbrook for any future videos.

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As it is often the case when the presidents really get into their race Nationals' games, the baseball game wasn't the most entertaining action in Washington, D.C., on Saturday night.

Abraham Lincoln (the mascot-like figure, not the real one) stole the show when he made a WWE-like move on Teddy Roosevelt, diving in from the stands on top of Roosevelt for the tackle.

Lincoln was an accomplished wrestler in his day, so if that helped inspire this maneuver, give the Nationals bonus points for historical authenticity.

Thanks to the antics, neither president won the race. Instead it was George Washington who dashed across the line first in victory.

For the record, the Nationals beat the Mets 4-1 in that game.

(h/t USA Today's For The Win )

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Keith Thurman, wanna get away?

In a scene straight out of a Southwest Airlines commercial, the welterweight boxer thanked the wrong city after his impressive victory over Diego Chaves.

Moments after a 10th-round stoppage win over Chaves, for which the undefeated Thurman would later win "Knockout of the Night," he uttered a line he would probably like to have back.

After interviewer Jim Gray's first question (around the 1:03 mark of the video below), Thurman reels off a round of "thank yous" ... to God, his family, Showtime, etc. He also gives a shout-out to "this city right here, San Diego!"

Problem was, the fight was in San Antonio.

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A new video will make watersports enthusiasts think twice before attempting any kind of daring stunt.

A YouTube user named Blake McLemore recently uploaded a video called "Skim Board Fail" in which a man riding a skimboard (think surfboard but smaller) attempts to high-five his friends on a motor boat. And as you can discern from the title, things don't go according to plan.

Here's the video, which has some strong language toward the end:

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By most accounts, the Washington Redskins' training camp got off to a solid start this week.

Thousands of fans came out to watch as the team opened a new facility in Richmond, Va. Perhaps most importantly, star quarterback Robert Griffin III appeared healthy and in good spirits, perhaps ready to start the season after having offseason knee surgery.

But for one diehard Redskins fan, Washington's camp opener was an absolute nightmare.

A video posted by YouTube user Kimberly Lewis shows a woman bawling because she could not get an autograph at Redskins camp. The woman says she took off work and got to the camp at 6:30 a.m., but still came away empty-handed.

"All I wanted was an autograph, I couldn't even get that," she says, wiping tears away from her eyes. "No players came to where I was standing."

This is a reaction you might expect from a child but certainly not an adult.

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James Franklin has brought an unorthodox approach to Vanderbilt in everything from his hiring practices to his scholarship offers.

But if that wasn't enough to convince you that this isn't your father's Vanderbilt, you've got to see what Franklin did on his staff's recent retreat. In Chattanooga with his assistant coaches, Franklin decided to leap from a cliff into Chickamauga Lake.

And, of course, before and during his leap he makes sure to yell, "Anchor down!"

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Sometimes, it's a tough life being a kicker on a football team. No one notices you until the game's on the line. You're not really big enough to intimidate anyone. And most, importantly, sometimes you don't get invited to media day to answer dozens of questions from reporters about everything from next season to your favorite pregame meal.

So this week, Northwestern kicker Jeff Budzien decided to take matters into his own hands and crash Big Ten media day. He interviewed other kickers, his teammates and even hopped up on stage with a handmade name tag when it was Northwestern's time to face the media.

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Perhaps our favorite part of the video is when he goes to interview Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald.

Fitzgerald: "Where's your tie?"

Budzien: "Left it at home with my invite ..."

Fitzgerald: "Well kickers aren't allowed to be here ..."

The conversation was then interrupted by the kicker from Indiana.

Fitzgerald: "I think we offered him before we offered you. It's too bad -- he's having a good career too."

Budzien, a senior, converted 19 of 20 field goal attempts last season, including 6 of 7 from 40 yards or longer.

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