|2015 Regular Season|
Goldschmidt has gone 11 for 25 (.440) during a nine-game hitting streak.
Goldschmidt is batting .383 with 10 homers and 36 RBIs in his last 44 games.
Goldschmidt is simply a hitting machine, batting .390 with 18 RBIs in his last 21 games.
The Arizona slugger, batting an MLB-best .354, extended his hit streak to 11 games.
Goldschmidt is 26 for 66 with 17 RBIs in his last 18 games and leads baseball with a .467 on-base percentage.
Using Goldschmidt at Coors Field is as much of a no-brainer as whether Peyton Manning will be back in the Mile High City.
Anytime Goldschmidt has an effort like this it's hard to believe. Expect the superstar to bounce back this weekend with a vengeance against the lowly Padres.
Goldschmidt is hitting a major league-best .363, and he's 15 for 27 over his last seven games with five walks.
Goldschmidt, batting an MLB-best .366, has multiple hits in five consecutive games and is 13 for 20 with a 1.758 OPS in that torrid stretch.
Goldschmidt is making it clear this season that he's one of baseball's best hitters. He's 10 for 16 over his last four games with four runs scored.