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?
This week we finish off the outfield of our All 2ooos St. Louis Cardinals team with our pick for rightfield. And we finally have a non-unanimous number 1!
The NFL and NHL are on their All Star weeks. But we’ve still got some first thoughts on the Denver Broncos vs Carolina Panthers Super Bowl matchup. I think we probably only complain about Stan Kroenke once in this episode. So that’s progress! Grab some earbuds and prepare yourself for the best podcast in St. Louis sports1.
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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 let that mustachioed turd take away from the greatness that is St. Louis. How are we going to do that? Why, by taking an in depth look at our pick for center field on the All 2000s St. Louis Cardinals team. Continue reading “All 2000s St. Louis Cardinals: Center Field”
On this episode of the PineCast, Steve and Jason are sans David and attempting to podcast while following along with the NFL Owner’s Meeting to decide the fate of the St. Louis Rams and Los Angeles. Spoiler: Things do not go well.
It’s not all bad news in St. Louis. We still have the Cardinals. A team with ownership that cares for it’s fans. And a team that just added Korean closer Seung-Hwan Oh. A closer that has not one but two awesome nicknames. Stone Buddha and Final Boss. And we reveal our choice for centerfield on our All 2000s St. Louis Cardinals team. Plus NFL picks because I guess we’ll still cover that sport.
The St. Louis Cardinals left fielders in the 2000s have included a few fan favorites, the departure and return of a longtime Bird, a player that’s already made this list, and a dominant player at the position that for some reason takes a lot of heat from (a portion) of the fan base. We’ve moved into the outfield of our All 2000s St. Louis Cardinals and are tackling the first corner outfield spot, number 7 on your scorecards, left field. Continue reading “All 2000s St. Louis Cardinals: Leftfielder”
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. That’s not to say the Cardinals haven’t had their fair share of notable shortstops in the 2000s though. That means it is time for us to round out the infield on our list of the greatest Cardinals at each position in the 2000s. Continue reading “All 2000s St. Louis Cardinals: Shortstop”
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 unnecessary1 Troy Glaus burn out of the way we can get into the top 3. Just one side note, Fernando Tatis hit his two grand slams in 1999, and only played with the Birds into 2000.
The hot stove is heating up in the MLB with some big names coming off the market. Now the Mozeliak and the St. Louis Cardinals have cooked up their first big move trading Jon Jay to the San Diego Padres for Jedd Gyorko. We’ll break the trade down and let you know what other moves to watch out for in the coming weeks on the newest podcast. We’ll also take a look at new the new deals for Zack Greinke, Ben Zobrist, and say goodbye to John Lackey1. And the news of Shelby Miller being traded to the Diamondbacks from the Braves broke during the recording so we’ll touch on that as well. Plus we’ve got our first listener questions!
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. That’s why we’re compiling a team of the best Cardinals at each position from the 2000s. We’ve already done Catcher and First Base. No real surprises there, but second base is a bit trickier as there has been a lot of turnover at the position. Continue reading “All 2000s St. Louis Cardinals: Second Baseman”
Hoo boy. If you thought the worst loss you were going to see in Ohio this week was the St. Louis Rams getting trounced in Cincinnati, boy were you wrong. The Browns snapped Rams fans back to reality with their own version of the Kick Six losing to Baltimore at home. So remember Rams fans, things could always be worse. On a brighter note, we also cover the second base position on our All 2000s St. Louis Cardinals team, and the St. Louis Blues are doing pretty good. We’ve got all that and lot more in an epic podcast. So grab some earbuds, grab some pine, and listen up! Continue reading “Game 036: At Least We’re Not The Browns”