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Kyle Schwarber, far-hitter of baseballs, was once a show choir superstar

Prior to mashing baseballs out of the earth's orbit, the former Hoosier was a dang Glee cast member. Here is the best video you will see today.

Baseball hitting superhuman, former Hoosier, and now Cubs outfielder Kyle Schwarber is seemingly an all-around good dude. We knew this, and you knew this. You also knew Schwarber was mutli-talented. The tightly-wound ball of muscle that routinely redirects baseballs toward Lake Michigan was an all-state linebacker in Ohio, and considered playing both sports at Indiana.

You did not know that he was a show choir superstar as a member of the Purple Pizzazz.

In this video, he's front and center on stage, on the left part of the screen. Here is the best video you will watch today.

Ding, dong, ding, dong. More like Carol of the DINGERS, IMO. There's more, too.

Don't forget one of Schwarber's walk-up songs is Blackstreet's No Diggity, probably because he loved Anna Kendrick's rendition so much. Kyle Schwarber is a budding baseball superstar. He could also double as a member of the Treblemakers, and is my favorite sports person.

(H/T Deadspin)