LF: Stan Musial- USA
While players like Ozzie Smith, Lou Brock, and Bob Gibson would also have been worthwhile candidates to represent the U.S. on this team, Musial is pretty clearly the most accomplished American-born player in Cardinals history with a career .331/.417/.559 slash line, three MVP awards, and 20 All-Star appearances.
CF: So Taguchi- Japan
Taguchi started slowly with the Cardinals after coming over from Japan as a 32-year-old in 2002 as Ichiro mania was in full effect. He eventually grew comfortable in the majors and became a strong contributor, though, becoming a regular starter in 2005 and helping the Cardinals win their first World Series in 24 years during the 2006 season.
RF: Larry Walker- Canada
Walker, one of the best Canadian-born major-leaguers ever and a possible future Hall-of-Famer, was dealt to the Cardinals in a waiver deal on August 6, 2004. Despite the fact that he was near the end of his major-league career, Walker thrived in St. Louis, hitting .286/.387/.520 over 144 games in a Cardinals uniform. He helped the Cardinals advance to the 2004 World Series, and he remained in St. Louis for the 2005 season before calling it quits.