Goldschmidt went 1-for-4 with an RBI single and a run-scoring sacrifice double play while adding a stolen base in a win over the Twins on Sunday.
Golschmidt bounced back from an increasingly rare 0-for-4 day Saturday and produced only his second and third RBI of the last 11 games. The veteran slugger has been highly productive otherwise in the second half of the season, posting a .290 average, .880 OPS, three doubles, four home runs, eight RBI, six walks, a pair of steals and eight runs across 15 post-All-Star-break contests.
Goldschmidt went 2-for-3 with a double, a walk and two runs in a win over the Twins on Friday.
Goldschmidt appears primed to wrap up July the same way he started, as he owns a .351/.425/.606 slash line with six doubles, six home runs and 14 RBI across his last 23 games following Friday's multi-hit effort. The performance marked Goldschmidt's third two-hit tally in the last six games alone and pushed his season slash line to an impressive .272/.342/.454 (433 plate appearances).
Goldschmidt went 2-for-4 with a walk and a solo home run in Friday's 6-5 loss to the Reds.
He gave the Cards a quick 1-0 lead by taking Tyler Mahle deep in the first inning. Goldschmidt homered on the last day before the All-Star break and hasn't slowed down since, slashing .371/.476/.829 over his last nine games with five of his 17 long balls on the season.
Goldschmidt went 1-for-5 with a double and a run in an extra-inning win over the Cubs on Wednesday.
Goldschmidt extended his hitting streak to 16 games, a stretch during which he's slashed an outstanding .379/.446/.667 over 74 plate appearances while striking out at a modest 14.9 percent clip. The veteran slugger's surge has his season average up to a solid .271, and he continues to put very good wood on the ball with a career-high 9.5 percent barrel rate.
Goldschmidt went 2-for-5 with an RBI infield single and a solo home run in a win over the Cubs on Monday.
The veteran continued an impressive power surge that predates the All-Star break, as he's now left the yard in four of his last five games. Goldschmidt has also accumulated 10 RBI over his last eight contests and has boosted his season slash line back to a solid .273/.343/.457 with his recent surge.
Goldschmidt went 3-for-4 with a two-run home run in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Giants.
Goldschmidt cranked a two-run homer off Anthony DeSclafani to open up the lead to 3-0. His long ball ended up being the difference to win the game. He has homered in his last three games and is riding a 12-game hitting streak. During that stretch, he is batting .417 with an OPS of 1.220. The 33-year-old is slashing .270/.340/.451 with 15 homers, 52 RBI and 50 runs in 382 plate appearances.
Goldschmidt went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in a loss to the Giants on Friday.
With the Cardinals down by six in the seventh inning, Goldschmidt clobbered a 440-foot solo shot to center field for what proved to be the game's final run. The long ball extended his hitting streak to 11 games, during which the veteran is slashing .386/.471/.659 with three homers, nine RBI and seven walks.
Goldschmidt went 2-for-3 with a solo home run, two walks and two total runs scored in Saturday's 6-0 win over the Cubs.
The first baseman's biggest play of the night was a moonshot to left-center field in the fifth inning off Cubs starter Zach Davies. Goldschmidt's hitting streak is up to 10 games, during which he's gone 16-for-40 (.400) with two homers, eight RBI and eight runs scored. He's slashing .265/.335/.432 with 13 long balls, 49 RBI, 48 runs scored and five stolen bases through 373 plate appearances overall. He remains a fixture in the top third of St. Louis' lineup.
Goldschmidt went 2-for-5 with a two-run single and two runs in a win over the Giants on Tuesday.
The veteran slugger's timely fourth-inning knock plated Harrison Bader and Edmundo Sosa to snap a 2-2 tie and give the Cardinals a lead they wouldn't relinquish. Goldschmidt is picking up steam as the first half of the season comes to a close, as he now has a seven-game hitting streak during which he's produced a .379/.438/.552 slash line across 32 plate appearances.
Goldschmidt went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in a 5-2 loss to Colorado on Thursday.
Goldschmidt singled in the first inning and blasted a solo shot to left in the third to knot the game at 2-2, a score that would hold until the ninth. The veteran first baseman has heated up following a rough April, as he's now slashing .256/.321/.426 with a team-leading 42 runs and 43 RBI in 80 games.
Goldschmidt went 3-for-5 with an RBI and a run scored against the Diamondbacks on Wednesday.
Goldschmidt laced a pair of doubles and added a single, the latter scoring Edmundo Sosa in the fourth inning. The veteran first baseman hit .281 with an .839 OPS and five home runs during the month of June and is now slashing .252/.319/.415 in 332 plate appearances overall. Goldschmidt has also provided 11 homers and 42 RBI while going 5-for-5 on stolen base attempts.
Goldschmidt went 2-for-3 with a home run and a walk in Saturday's win over the Pirates.
Goldschmidt snapped a five-game homer drought with his 11th long ball of the campaign, and the star first baseman has gone deep five times during the current month. Goldschmidt is not repeating the same numbers he's delivered in past seasons, but he remains a reliable offensive presence for the Cardinals. He's hitting .253 on the season, but that number increases to .287 across 80 at-bats this month.
Goldschmidt went 4-for-6 with a home run, four RBI and a walk across both halves of Sunday's doubleheader versus Atlanta.
Most of the first baseman's contributions came in Game 1, where he hit a three-run homer in the fifth inning and added an RBI single in the sixth of a 9-1 win. Goldschmidt also got on base twice in the nightcap as St. Louis mustered just two hits in a 1-0 loss. The 33-year-old is slashing .255/.320/.419 with 10 homers, 38 RBI, 38 runs scored and five stolen bases across 294 plate appearances.
Goldschmidt went 2-for-4 with a home run and an additional RBI in Tuesday's win over the Marlins.
Goldschmidt was the main reason why the Cardinals came out on top in this low-scoring affair, as he was involved in all the offense St. Louis would be able to muster. The star first baseman plated a run in the sixth following an RBI single that scored Jose Rondon, and he later delivered the game-winning home run with a walkoff bomb off Yimi Garcia in the ninth. Goldschmidt, who's now recorded back-to-back two-hit performances, has hit safely in eight of the Cardinals' last 10 games.
Goldschmidt went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored in Monday's win over the Marlins.
Goldschmidt was one of four Cardinals that recorded more than one knock. and the star first baseman was quite involved in the team's offense -- he delivered an RBI single that scored Tommy Edman in the fifth and later crossed home plate after an RBI groundout from Paul DeJong. The slugger is only hitting .248, but he's been turning things around of late with hits in seven of his last nine contests and a .293 average for June so far.
Goldschmidt went 1-for-4 with a solo home run and a stolen base in Wednesday's 8-2 win over Cleveland.
Goldschmidt had his first combo meal of the season Wednesday, with a home run off Trevor Stephan in the seventh inning and a stolen base in the fifth inning. The 33-year-old is slashing .251/.320/.416 with eight homers, 30 RBI, 34 runs and four steals in 256 plate appearances.
Goldschmidt went 3-for-5 in a loss to the Reds on Sunday, and he's now reached safely in seven straight games.
The veteran also has a double, a triple and a home run during that stretch on his way to a .318/.400/.591 slash line. Goldschmidt's season numbers (.250/.316/.406) still have ample room for improvement, and he's notably seen his walk rate tumble from 2020's 16.1 percent to 8.5 percent this season despite an additional 17 plate appearances.
Goldschmidt isn't starting Thursday's game against the Reds, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports.
Goldschmidt had gone 2-for-6 across the last two games, and he hit his first home run since May 11 during Wednesday's loss. Matt Carpenter will take over at first base and bat sixth.
Goldschmidt went 1-for-2 with a solo home run in Wednesday's blowout loss to the Dodgers.
Goldschmidt got St. Louis off to a fast start in the first inning, drilling a solo shot to center field. However, Los Angeles responded with 11 runs in the bottom of the frame, and Goldschmidt was pulled in the third inning with the game already out of reach. The homer was his seventh this season and first since May 11, a span of 19 games.
Goldschmidt went 2-for-3 with an RBI and a walk Monday against the White Sox.
Goldschmidt was one of two St. Louis players who recorded two hits in this game -- Yadier Molina was the other -- and he plated the team's lone run with an RBI single that scored Tommy Edman in the top of the sixth. The veteran first baseman has hit safely in all but two of his last 14 games, batting .304/.371/.500 in that stretch.
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