Great Scott! Milwaukee Brewers release video spoofing ‘Back to the Future’

It was “Back to the Future” for the Milwaukee Brewers.

Now that baseball training camps have opened, the team released its annual movie-spoofing video. The one that dropped Friday was a parody of the 1985 science fiction classic, “Back to the Future.”

Instead of a time-traveling DeLorean automobile, the Brewers used a bullpen car to go back to 1982, the year “Harvey’s Wallbangers,” managed by Harvey Kuenn, led the team to its only World Series appearance.

The video includes Brewers players Ryan Braun, Lorenzo Cain, Brent Suter, Keston Huira and Christian Yelich, WTMJ reported. Even Brewers manager Craig Counsell makes an appearance.

Huira played the modern-day version of Marty McFly, while Suter reprised the eccentric role of Emmett "Doc" Brown, WITI reported.

Last year, the Brewers parodied the 2004 teen comedy "Mean Girls," and in 2018 spoofed "Dumb and Dumber" and "The Sandlot," WITI reported.

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