all 2000s team

  • We’re on to the final position in the starting 8 fielders of our All 2000s St. Louis Cardinals team. And we finally have a non-unanimous number 1! Right field has seen it’s faire share of fan favorites, rivals, and top prospects, but who really stood out as the number 1 player there in the 2000s?

  • Sorry for the delay getting the latest edition of our All 2000s St. Louis Cardinals team out there. We’ve been pretty busy drowning our sorrows from the Rams move to Los Angeles. We already bitched about Stan Kroenke in real-time, and I’m sure we’ll complain about him more on The PineCast tomorrow. But let’s not…

  • Find out our pick for the best left fielder on the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2000s.

  • One of the St. Louis Cardinals most famous players was a shortstop. But he didn’t play in the 2000s, so he’s not on this list.

  • The hot corner has been a pretty steady source of production for the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2000s. It’s provided solid defense, spectacular playoff moments, and Troy Glaus. Now that I’ve gotten the randomly unnecessary Troy Glaus burn out of the way we can get into the top 3. Just one side note, Fernando…

  • Do you ever stay up at night thinking about who the best St. Louis Cardinals second baseman of the last 15 years is? Well, we do.

  • Albert Pujols dominated first base for the St. Louis Cardinals throughout most of the 2000s, but a few other players you may know made some big time contributions.

  • We’re kicking off our countdown of the best players of the St. Louis Cardinals position by position, starting with catcher.