WATCH: With baseball on hold, former Cardinal Jedd Gyorko shows off insane cornhole skills

The now Brewers infielder even took down his old teammate, Kolten Wong in a virtual game.

Sam Masterson
May 21, 2020 - 11:57 am
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(KMOX) - Some MLB players may be learning to play the guitar, are picking up a new language or reading some good books while waiting for the 2020 season to resume. But current Milwaukee Brewers and former St. Louis Cardinals infielder Jedd Gyorko may be able to go pro in another sport. 

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It's the sport of cornhole and he's become the trick shot king during this baseball lapse. 

Just take a look at some of these shots. The most recent was posted on Thursday and featured the West Virginia native sinking eight "holes" in a row, alternating each shot to the other side of the board: 

Here's the bird's eye view shot: 

A backwards shot with a beer chug: 

This double-hole shot: 

And a shot over the second-floor walkway:

@thewongone808 and I will be playing live Friday at 6pm eastern time!! Little NL Central rivalry competition. Tune in and chat w us. @brewers @cardinals @americancornholeleague

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Gyorko even took down his former Cardinals teammate Kolten Wong in a virtual cornhole showdown played over Instagram Live. Check out some of the highlight here.

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