September 1, 2019

Presented by American Trust and Savings Bank

Experience the magic of the Field of Dreams Movie Site and rediscover America’s favorite pastime as legends from the world of sports & film come together on Labor Day weekend. From an autograph show, Q & A with players, a celebrity softball game, fantasy camp, silent auction, and more – see your favorite players in action. Watch as the Field’s famous Ghost Players emerge from the corn and entertain the crowd with their on-field antics. Wrap up the weekend experiencing the story that started it all – watch the “Field of Dreams” on the very outfield where the Oscar nominated movie was filmed.

Want an even more up-close-and-personal experience? Attend the Fantasy Camp where you will participate in socials, skills session, and softball games with Mike Boddicker, Dave Stewart, and Cecil Cooper.
Check the site often! More players to be announced.
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Sports Legends

Edgar Martinez

Edgar Martinez

Throughout a 17 year career Edgar amassed the following accolades: MLB Hall of Fame Class of 2019, 7x All-Star Selection, 5x Silver Slugger Award, 2x American League Batting Champ, 2004 Roberto Clemente Award. One of only 18 players to ever maintain a .300 Batting Average, .400 On-Base Percentage, & .500 Slugging Percentage in over 5,000 plate appearances. He was truly a special talent when he had a bat in his hands.

Ozzie Smith

Ozzie Smith

Throughout an 18 year career Ozzie amassed the following accolades: MLB Hall of Fame Class of 2002, 1982 World Series Champion with the St. Louis Cardinals, 15x All-Star Selection, 13x Gold Glove Award, 1987 Silver Slugger Award, 1995 Roberto Clemente Award. Known affectionately as “The Wizard of Oz”, Ozzie is the measuring stick when it comes to defense and flashiness at the shortstop position.

Vladimir Guerrero

Vladimir Guerrero

Throughout a 15 year career Vlad amassed the following accolades: MLB Hall of Fame Class of 2018, 2004 American League MVP, 9x All-Star Selection, 8x Silver Slugger Award. Widely regarded as the league’s premier “bad-ball hitter” since he was able to make contact with pitches no-where near the strike zone.

Wade Boggs

Wade Boggs

Throughout an 18 year career Wade amassed the following accolades: MLB HOF Class of 2005, 1996 World Series Champion with the New York Yankees, 3,010 Career Hits, 12x All-Star, 2x Gold Glove Award Winner, 8x Silver Slugger Award Winner, 5x American League Batting Champ.

Bob Griese

Bob Griese

Before entering the NFL, Griese was an All-American for the Purdue Boilermakers. During a NFL career that spanned 13 seasons with the Miami Dolphins he crafted a nice resume: NFL Hall of Fame Class of 1990, 2x Super Bowl Champion (one being the only undefeated NFL team…1973 Miami Dolphins), 6x Pro Bowl Nomination, 1971 NFL MVP, 1977 Bert Bell Award.

 

Sandlot Cast

Victor DiMattia

Victor DiMattia

Victor began acting at a very young age and has been credited with performing roles as recent as 2018. He is best known for his role as “Timmy Timmons” in The Sandlot where he and his young brother Tommy are appalled that “Smalls” would take a Babe Ruth autographed baseball and actually play with it…

Tom Guiry

Tom Guiry

Tom has been acting for over 25 years has been credited with many performances during that span. He is best known for his role as “Scotty Smalls” in The Sandlot. The Sandlot movie revolves around the tumultuous summer that “Smalls” got he and his new friends into. The term “You’re Killing Me Smalls” is still used today.

Brandon Adams

Brandon Adams

Throughout an acting career that has spanned 26 years Brandon has been cast to many roles not limited to, but including roles on the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Martin, and Night Court. Brandon is best known though as ”Jesse Hall” from the Mighty Ducks movies and “Kenny DeNunez” in The Sandlot. Kenny throws a mean heater and he dares you to hit it!

Shane Obedzinski

Shane Obedzinski

Shane acted for a few years and has been credited with a bunch of roles during that span. Shane is now an entrepreneur. He is best known for his role as “Tommy Timmons” aka “Repeat” in The Sandlot. “Tommy is known for being the youngest of the kids in their group and also known for repeating everything his older brother “Timmy” says.

Marty York

Marty York

Marty has been acting for over 25 years has been credited with many performances during that span. He is best known for his role as “Alan “Yeah-Yeah” McClennan” in The Sandlot. “Yeah-Yeah” is a bit of a wise guy in the movie, but can turn a mean double-play.

Chauncey Leopardi

Chauncey Leopardi

Chauncey has been acting for over 25 years has been credited with many performances during that span. He is best known for his role as “Michael “Squints” Palledorous” in The Sandlot. “Squints” is known for his love of the lifeguard “Wendy” and as being the story teller of the group and often tells the legend of “The Beast”. His character will be legendary FOR-EV-ER!

A League of their Own Cast

Ann Cusack

Ann Cusack

Ann has been acting for over 25 years has been credited with many performances during that span. Her first starring role was as “Shirley Baker” #11 the left fielder in A League of Their Own. She has guest starred on many shows such as Ally McBeal, Star Trek: Enterprise, One Tree Hill, Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and Criminal Minds.

Lori Petty

Lori Petty

Lori has been acting for over 30 years has been credited with many performances during that span. Her two best known roles were “Tyler Endicott” in Point Break and as “Kit Keller” #23 the pitcher for the Rockford Peaches and later the Racine Belles in A League of Their Own. She has starred in Tank Girl and has had recurring roles on many shows such as Orange is the New Black, Booker, Lush Life, and Brimstone.

Megan Cavanagh

Megan Cavanagh

Megan has been acting and voice acting for over 30 years has been credited with many performances during that span. Her best known role was as “Marla Hooch” #32 who played second base in A League of Their Own. Megan’s best known voice acting role was as “Judy Neutron” in the Nickelodeon hit series Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius.