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Kyle Schwarber is gaining a national reputation as a home-run-smashing machine thanks to his massive blasts in the NL wild-card game and in Game 4 of the NLDS, but the Cubs rookies does more than knock balls out of the park, he also sings and dances.

By Extra Mustard
October 16, 2015

Kyle Schwarber is gaining a national reputation as a home-run-smashing machine thanks to his massive blasts in the NL wild-card game and in Game 4 of the NLDS, but the Cubs rookies does more than knock balls out of the park, he also sings and dances.

Deadspin uncovered some footage from the outfielder’s time with the Middletown High show choir, Purple Pizzazz, with the future big-leaguer showing off his moves in concert.

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If you need help picking out the catcher/outfielder, he is the one who looks exactly like Kyle Schwarber on the far right of both videos.

Back when he was a senior, Schwarber talked about his time in the choir with the Middletown, Ohio newspaper, The Journal-Newsadmitting that when he first joined Purple Pizzazz he “was the guy who was struggling to pick up dance steps—I couldn’t really sing.”

[Deadspin]

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