A lot of us still love the movie The Sandlot to this day. That has been one of my favorite movies since I was a little girl.

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One of the main reasons I would watch the movie was because of my crush Marty York. If you're trying to pin a name to a face, Marty York played Yeah-Yeah.

Clearly, the name should refresh your memory since his character name was part of his script. But the actor Marty York shared a story I had done on him last year.

There was a Las Cruces man who was arrested that looked like Marty York's doppelganger. Well, apparently Marty York not too long ago discovered my story.

He was certainly shocked to see himself being compared to the Las Cruces man. It was funny to read some of the comments after he shared my story.

via Marty York/ Facebook
via Marty York/ Facebook
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Some of the comments seriously had me laughing and might even make you giggle too. For example, Allison Villa's comment about my story had me laughing hard.

She had basically said the Las Cruces dude looks like him, but from Wish. Now if you have ever ordered from Wish then you know exactly what she means by that remark.

Then you had other people saying they just don't see any sort of resemblance between Marty York and John Thornton. But, I hope if Marty York comes across this new story, I deeply apologize if I offended you in any way which was definitely not the case.

via Marty York/ Facebook messenger
via Marty York/ Facebook messenger
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via Marty York/Facebook messenger
via Marty York/Facebook messenger
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But if I may say my inner fangirl is exploding with happiness knowing Marty York shared my article. Hopefully, and crossing my fingers Marty York doesn't delete me from his Facebook friends. But after talking to him, he was cool about it and wasn't heated thankfully.

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