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Two Brewers prospects party in a hilarious parody of 'Wayne's World'

To commemorate the 25-year anniversary of the first "Wayne's World" movie and celebrate the start of the Cactus League schedule, two Brewers prospects put their own hilarious spin on the excellent film with a skit that would make Wayne and Garth proud.

Outfielder Brett Phillips (Wayne) and left-hander Josh Hader (Garth) took to the couch on "Brett's World" to count down the 10 best baseball movies of all time. Among the highlights: throwing some shade at the rival Cubs, honoring Brewers broadcaster (and "Major League" star) Bob Uecker, and brown-nosing Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell.

Party on, @Brett_Phillips8.
Party on, @JHader17.
This edition of "Brett's World" is most excellent: pic.twitter.com/mlDpBYx7QW

— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) February 25, 2017

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Perhaps most impressive is that this masterpiece appears to have been filmed in one take. But seriously, where's "The Natural" on their countdown?

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If you're wondering, neither Phillips nor Hader was alive when "Wayne's World" was released in 1992. Both were born in the spring of 1994. Now you feel really old, huh?