The Sandlot star welcomed a son — Flynn Maxwell Renna — on April 14. The new dad shared a photo of his wife, Jasmin Renna, holding their newborn baby on Instagram. He captioned the sweet pic, "As if I didn't love his mother enough she has now revealed to me her true identity — Super Woman. She did such an incredible job."
So sweet! Flynn came into the world weighing 8 pounds, 12 ounces, and fans were excited to congratulate the couple on their new baby. One commented, "Yayyyyy!!! Such a beautiful picture!! Congratulations!!! You guys are gonna have so much fun!!!" Another added, "Yesssss!! So incredibly happy for you guys. Welcome Flynn!"
Patrick explained that he is in awe of women after witnessing his wife give birth.
"They don't call it labor for nothing! You give the gift of life and that is pure magic," he wrote. "Flynn is so great. So strong! I can't get enough of this little guy. We are so happy and honored to bring him into the world.
We can't wait to see more pics of Flynn!
Click through the gallery below to see what The Sandlot cast looks like then vs. now!
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"Remember kid, there's heroes and there's legends…
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Tom Guiry, 33 “Scotty Smalls”
Nowadays, the new kid in town certainly knows who the “Great Bambino” is. The actor continued to make a name for himself in Hollywood with roles in ‘Mystic River’ and ‘The Black Donnellys,’ but disappeared around 2013 when he was arrested. According to reports, the father-of-one allegedly head-butted a police officer after the cop deemed him too drunk to fly and refused to let him board at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas. You’re killing us, Smalls!
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Mike Vitar, 36 “Benny ‘the Jet’ Rodriguez”
Guess what? He’s still not a “can't-hack-it pantywaist who wears his mama's bra” — and he’s still unbelievably dreamy. After starring in a few ‘90s movies (the second and third ‘Mighty Ducks’ flicks, anyone?), he became a Los Angeles firefighter — a Los Angeles firefighter who poses with dogs like this…perfection.
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Patrick Renna, 36 “Hamilton ‘Ham’ Porter”
After telling his competitors they play ball like girls and, ya know, uttering some serious Shakespearean language like, “Count on it, pee-drinking crap-face!,’ Patrick starred in a slew of ‘90s movies including ‘Son in Law’ and ‘The Big Green.’ Next up for the actor is the TV movie ‘Lavalantula.’ Keep up with your favorite freckled-face ‘90s star on Instagram!
Sure, he landed the girls of his dreams, Wendy Peffercorn, and they had nine kids, but in real life, Chauncey went on to ditch the glasses —"FOR-EV-ER" — and star in a bunch of films including ‘Houseguest,’ ‘Casper’ and ‘The Big Green’ — yup, he and the Ham-ster starred in two movies together! Chauncey also played ‘Squints’ in ‘The Sandlot’s’ 2007 sequel, ‘The Sandlot: Heading Home.’ These days, you can find out what he’s up to via his Twitter account, which just so happens to be named after the one and only Palledorous.
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Marty York, 34 “Alan ‘Yeah-Yeah’ McClennan”
Back then, he was the kid who pretty much responded to every situation with a “yeah-yeah” — hence the nickname. Unfortunately, life took a pretty nasty turn for Marty in 2009 when he was arrested for hitting his girlfriend. He was sentenced to 60 days in jail. In 2011, he “starred” in a movie called ‘The Brothers Sinclair’ — where he played “Guido Calypso.” Oh no-no…
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Brandon Adams, 35 “Kenny DeNunez”
From pitcher to rapper! You might also recognize him from the first two ‘Mighty Ducks’ films. (Note: He starred in our favorite cheesy horror movie, ‘The People Under the Stairs’ as ‘Fool.’) These days, Brandon’s a rapper who performs under the name ‘B. Lee.’ Guy’s got game both on AND off the field. You can also catch him on Twitter!
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Grant Gelt, 35 “Bertram Grover Weeks”
He’s all about the music, maaaan. The second baseman now works for a management company and record label with bands like Mudvayne, System of a Down and the Deftones. We’re not sure if he’s still into chewing tobacco (just in case you need a refresher, click here), but he often posts on Twitter!
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Victor Dimattia, 34 “Timmy Timmons”
“Smalls, you mean to tell me you went home, swiped a ball that was signed by BABE RUTH, brought it out here and actually played with it?” We, too, were in disbelief, Timbo. Victor starred in several TV shows (‘Married With Children’ and ‘Family Ties’ to name a couple) before his big break in ‘The Sandlot.’ He disappeared from the Hollywood scene after 1995, but guess what? He’s on — you guessed it — Twitter…though he doesn’t tweet nearly as much as his former costars.
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Shane Obedzinski, 32 “Tommy ‘Repeat’ Timmons”
He was the youngest and smallest player of the group who couldn’t help but repeat every single thing his older brother, Timmy, said (ahem, “The colossus of clout!”). Not much is known about him these days, but he is active on Twitter. According to that, he’s a “musician, actor, restaurateur, geek, and theme park junkie” who lives in Florida. (So if you’re planning that trip to Disney World or Universal Studios, you might just bump into him!)
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…Heroes get remembered but legends never die…"
Some of the cast got together for an epic reunion to celebrate the 20-year anniversary of the film's release in 2013. We're still coping with the fact we weren't there.