Second Annual Smiles League All-Star Baseball Teams Named

Thirty-four St. Louis area high school seniors will play in an all-star game on June 16 at Busch Stadium.

The second annual Smiles League Coaches' Choice High School Seniors All-Star baseball game players were announced Sunday outside of Busch Stadium.

The game will be played on June 16 following the 1:15 p.m. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Kansas City Royals game. Admission to the All-Star game is free.

Cardinals alumni players Scott Cooper and Kerry Robinson will coach the two teams. This is the second year for both coaching in the all-star game.

Cooper is a St. Louis native who played high school baseball for Pattonville, spent seven years in the major leagues, and was a member of the American League All-Star team in 1993 and 1994.

Robinson is also a St. Louis native. He was a 3-sport athlete for Hazelwood and played for the Tampa Bay Rays, and was a Cardinal from 2001-2003. He appeared in postseason play in 2001 and 2002.

Delta Dental of Missouri is a sponsor of the game along with the St. Louis Cardinals. Each All-Star player has signed a tobacco-free pledge, acknowledging they do not smoke or chew, and outlining their willingness to advocate no-smoking and no-chewing choices among Missouri's youth.

Blue Team Scott Cooper, coach   Eric Hegger Affton Alfred Parisi Bayless Demetrius Cunningham Carnahan Mark Hencken Eureka Matt Leinberger Hazelwood West Devonte Jackson Jennings Lucas Tamaren Ladue Horton Watkins Tyler Manne Lafayette Peter Jackson McCluer North Robert A. Perks Metro Zachery McKenney Ed Pilgrim Parkway West Shane Hartwig Pattonville Ronnie Miles Riverview Gardens Tyler Bilbrey Seckman Kevin Phillips University City Carlee Hemphill Vashon


Green Team Kerry Robinson, coach   Kevin Smith Brentwood Brandon Harrell Cleveland JNA Anthony Richardson Gateway Institute Travis Seitrich Hazelwood Central Wesley Haskins Hazelwood East Ryan Bearden Kirkwood Sean Ullrich Marquette Jermaine Richmond McCluer Aaron Onkle Mehlville Amos Webber Normandy Brian Whaley Oakville Logan Boyher Parkway Central Alex Williams Ritenour Clayton Evans Chris Williams Roosevelt Daniel Rodriguez Soldan Marcee Jackson Sumner
Julie Brown Patton June 04, 2012 at 11:17 AM
High five to Mark Hencken, representing Eureka High, and to Tyler Manne, representing Lafayette High, in this upcoming All-Star baseball game.
Doug Miner June 04, 2012 at 01:45 PM
Fist bump to Brentwood's Kevin Smith. Watch for more on Kevin in tomorrow's M-B Patch.
Norm Jenkins June 04, 2012 at 10:02 PM
High Five to Alfred Parisi representing Bayless who almost pitched his second high school no hitter a few weeks ago! Missed it by one batter.


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