Goldschmidt went 2-for-4 with a double, stolen base and a run in Wednesday's 5-4 loss to the Rockies. Goldschmidt reached base for the 48th consecutive road game, extending the franchise record he already held. Though the Diamondbacks have seen their playoff hopes take a major hit after dropping four of their last five games, Goldschmidt has been even more excellent than usual in September, hitting .395/.500/.711 with as many walks (eight) as strikeouts. While Goldschmidt is on pace to finish with his typically stellar marks in the batting average and power-production categories, his involvement on the basepaths has taken a hit in his age-30 campaign. The stolen base he notched Wednesday was just his sixth of the season and first in nearly a month.
Goldschmidt went 2-for-2 with a home run, a second run scored and three walks in Friday's victory over the Braves. Goldschmidt got things started early with a solo shot in the first inning, and he ended up reaching base in all five of his plate appearances. He now has a homer in back-to-back games, and he has collected at least one hit in his last eight games. Goldschmidt continues to showcase that he's one of the best hitters in the game, and Friday's effort boosted his slash line to .300/.403/.561 on the season.
Goldschmidt went 3-for-5 with a double, solo home run, and three runs scored Thursday against the Braves. Goldschmidt took southpaw Jesse Biddle deep in the ninth inning to tie the game and record his 32nd home run of the season. The performance extended his hitting streak to seven games, during which he has managed four multi-hit games. After a slow start in power production this season, Goldschmidt is tied for second in the National League in home runs and OPS (.951).
Goldschmidt went 2-for-4 with his 31st home run of the season, a double and two RBI in a 3-2 loss to the Dodgers on Friday. Goldschmidt's two-run shot off Hyun-Jin Ryu extended the first baseman's on-base streak to a franchise-record 43 consecutive road contests. The 30-year-old has continued to keep himself in the conversation for NL MVP consideration with a huge second half, during which he's slashed .322/.420/.584 with 10 home runs, 26 RBI and 22 runs in 38 contests.
Goldschmidt went 1-for-4 with a three-run home run to help Arizona to a 5-2 victory over Seattle on Sunday. It was long ball No. 30 for the slugging first baseman, the fourth time in six years he's reached that milestone. He got off to a slow start but Goldschmidt has wound up putting up his typically elite numbers in 2018, as he's now got a robust .294/.396/.550 slash line through 487 at-bats.
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