Paul Goldschmidt hit his 10th home run of the season Tuesday night (Daily Record Photo).
Former Texas State slugger Paul Goldschmidt is having quite the rookie season for the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Goldschmidt hit a grand slam Tuesday night against the Milwaukee Brewers in the National League Divisional Series. It was Goldschmidt’s second home run of the series, and the first postseason grand slam in team history.
Paul Goldschmidt, shown here during the 2009 SLC Tournament, clubbed his eighth home run as a member of the Diamondbacks.
Remember this guy?
Former Texas State slugger Paul Goldschmidt belted his eighth home run of the season this afternoon against the San Diego Padres. Goldschmidt took the first pitch of the sixth inning deep into the right-field seats to give the Arizona Diamondbacks a 2-1 lead.
On the afternoon, Goldschmidt was 2-for-3 with a walk, the home run and three runs batted in. Goldschmdit knocked in runs via the solo shot, a sacrifice fly and a single.
He now has 24 RBI and is batting .262.
Paul Goldschmidt, shown here during the 2009 SLC Tournament, clubbed his sixth home run as a member of the Diamondbacks.
Are you tired of seeing this guy yet? Of course not, but San Francisco starting pitcher Tim Lincecum probably is.
Lincecum, starting against the Arizona Diamondbacks once again, gave up another home run to former Texas State slugger Paul Goldschmidt. In the fourth inning, Lincecum tried to beat Goldschmidt low and away, but the Woodlands native got all of the sinking fastball, putting it deep into the bleachers in right-center field.
Goldschmidt now has six home runs for Arizona to go along with 16 runs batted in. He went 2-for-4 last night with the home run, a single, two runs scored and those RBI, raising his average to .258.
The Diamondbacks are now 19 games over .500, with a record of 79-60.
Paul Goldschmidt, shown here during the 2009 SLC Tournament, clubbed his fifth home run as a member of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Just when you thought former Texas State slugger Paul Goldschmidt hit a dry spell, he clubbed another home run.
Goldschmidt went yard last night against the Washington Nationals, a two-run shot in the top of the eighth inning. It traveled 426 feet, according to Hit Tracker Online.
In addition to his home run, Goldschmidt collected a pair of singles as he went 3-for-4 with walk, run scored and 3 RBI. Goldschmidt increased his average to .262.
Paul Goldschmidt, shown here during the 2009 SLC Tournament, clubbed his fourth home run as a member of the Diamondbacks.
“He did it again,” is a phrase that’s slowly taking over each broadcast by Mark Grace and Daron Sutton, or at least it seems that way. Those four words find their way on the broadcast each time former Texas State slugger Paul Goldschmidt hits a home run.
Goldschmidt belted his second home run in as many nights Thursday night, as he took Philadelphia Phillies relief pitcher Michael Stutes deep in the eighth inning. Although Goldschmidt’s home run didn’t contribute to a win (Arizona lost 4-1), it broke a shutout by Philadelphia.
For the night, Goldschmidt went 2-for-3 with a single and the 421-foot bomb to center field. Goldschmidt increased his batting average to .298 and how has four home runs and 10 runs batted in.
You can watch Goldschmidt’s home run by CLICKING HERE.
Paul Goldschmidt, shown here during the 2009 SLC Tournament, clubbed his third home run as a member of the Diamondbacks.
Former Texas State slugger Paul Goldschmidt added another impressive bullet point to his résumé tonight in a game with the Philadelphia Phillies. Goldschmidt clubbed a home run, his third of the season, off former Cy Young Award winner Cliff Lee.
In the top of the first inning against Philadelphia, Goldschmidt hammered a 3-2 fastball from Lee into the stands in left-center field. Goldschmidt’s bomb broke an 17-inning scoreless streak by Lee, dating back to Aug. 4.
It was Goldschmidt’s second home run of the season off a former Cy Young Award winner. Goldschmidt took San Francisco Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum deep on Aug. 2.
For the season, Goldschmidt is batting .273 with three home runs and nine runs batted in. He has struck out 20 times in 44 at-bats.
So former Texas State slugger Paul Goldschmidt added to his growing legend tonight in a game with the Houston Astros.
Goldschmidt came up to the plate as a pinch-hitter with a man on with two outs in the bottom of the ninth of a 5-3 game. He went down to his final strike before mauling a 2-2 fastball from Mark Melancon deep into the night, off the facade of the upper deck in left field. It tied the game, which Arizona later won, at 5-all.
It was Goldschmidt’s second home run as a member of Diamondbacks. He now has six runs batted in to go along with it.
You can view Goldschmidt’s home run by CLICKING HERE.