Dodgers: The Dodgers All 2000’s All-Star Starting Lineup
Left Field – Gary Sheffield (2000)
Everyone can remember being a kid and imitating Gary Sheffield’s infamous bat wiggle while taking cuts on the little league field. Sheffield put together a monster 2000 season hitting 43 home runs, driving in over 100 runs, and hitting .325. While Sheffield bounced around both the National and American League, his season as a Dodger all-star in 2000 ranks him as the starting left fielder on the all 2000’s Dodger all-star team.
CenterField – Matt Kemp (2011-2012, 2018)
A current Dodger all-star makes the all 2000’s Dodger all-star team for his work in 2011-2012 when he once roamed centerfield. In 2011, Matt Kemp had one of the best seasons in Dodgers history and finished just one home run shy of becoming a 40-40 man. Kemp hit 39 home runs, drove in 126 RBI’s, and stole 40 bases all while hitting .324. While Kemp is not as fast anymore, he still is a good hitter and due to his previous work in centerfield, makes the 2000’s Dodger all-star lineup as the centerfielder.
Right Field – Shawn Green (2002)
Like Gary Sheffield, Shawn Green also bounced around both leagues but takes right field in the Dodgers all 2000’s all-star team. In 2002, Shawn Green hit 42 home runs, knocked in 114 runs, and hit .285. Green also put together one of the best offensive games in MLB history as he went six for six with four home runs and drove in seven runs. Green will always be etched in Dodger history for that historic game in Milwaukee.