VIDEO: Listen to the combined Eureka High School Choirs singing at Busch Stadium Wednesday evening.
Eureka High School combined choirs sang "God Bless America" for St. Louis Cardinals' fans attending Wednesday night's game against the Houston Astros. Choir members are directed by Eureka High's music teacher Donna Baker. Eureka students and families witnessed a good game, as the Cardinals shut out the Astros, 5-0. Cardinals' starter Lance Lynn won his 16th game of the season. The Cardinals took a two-game lead in the wild-card race over the Dodgers. A special development of the game, David Freese and Yadier Molina hitting their 20th home runs of the season, made this Cardinals' team the first in franchise history to have five players with at least 20 home runs each.
Major League Baseball representatives released early tabulations this week for the 2012 All-Star baseball game, and former Lafayette High baseball athlete David Freese could use hometown support.
When Major League Baseball and MLB.com staffs released preliminary tallies this week for the upcoming 83rd All-Star Game, Wildwood's Lafayette High hometown hero and World Series MVP David Freese was 32,000 votes beind the Mets' third baseman David Wright in the overall tallies. To vote for Freese, CLICK HERE. Fans can vote a maximum of 25 times, as dictated by each person's email address. Voting ends at 11:59 PM ET on Thursday, June 28. Matt Kemp and Josh Hamilton are the leading vote-getters so far. St. Louis Cardinals' catcher Yadier Molina had received the largest number of votes to date for that position. From July 1 to July 5, fans can return to MLB.com to cast their 2012 All-Star Game Final Vote for the final player for each …