21 Baseball Facts That Will Make You Feel Old

Ken Griffey Jr.'s son Trey scored two touchdowns for Arizona in the AdvoCare V100 Bowl. 

And "the Kid" caught the moment with a giant camera.

Which made us all feel really old.

Three generations of Griffeys at the 2006 @WBCBaseball. Trey Griffey caught two TD passes for Arizona today. pic.twitter.com/YtLpCbnmVR

- MLB Fan Cave (@MLBFanCave) December 31, 2013

These 21 baseball facts will do the same. 

1. Rookie of the Year and The Sandlot celebrated their 20th anniversaries in 2013.

2. Here's what the cast of The Sandlot looks like today.

3. Angels in the Outfield and Little Big League will turn 20 this summer. 

4. When Major League celebrates its 25th anniversary.

5. The third film in the series, Major League: Back to the Minors, came out 16 years ago. 

6. Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball was released 20 years ago.

7. Mike Trout was three. 

8. And Kohl Stewart, the first high school player selected in the 2013 MLB Draft, wasn't born yet.

9. That same year, Michael Jordan signed with the White Sox.

10. And Griffey appeared in an episode of the Fresh Prince of Bel Air. 

11. Derek Jeter won Rookie of the Year 18 years ago.

12. Mariano Rivera was the Yankees' setup man that season, with John Wetteland closing.  

13. The original Backyard Baseball was introduced on Macintosh and Windows a year later.

14. Todd Frazier and Colby Rasmus were Little League World Series stars in the late-90s.

15. The Chicks Dig the Long Ball commercial premiered 15 years ago.

16. The Yankees won four World Series titles between 1996-2000. Many middle school students were born after the last championship. 

 17. Moneyball was published 12 years ago.

18. Rangers infielder Jurickson Profar reached the LLWS in 2004 and 2005.

19. The Curse of the Bambino was broken 10 years ago. The Red Sox have won two more World Series titles since.

20. This was Bryce Harper in 2004, when he played at Cooperstown Dreams Park.

21. It's been five years since he was on the cover of Sports Illustrated at 16.