ST. LOUIS – The home continues to arrive for Paul Goldsmidd, and the records begin to follow.
At the bottom of the fourth inning Saturday against Astros, Goldsmith qualified for the sixth consecutive game, expanding his best career series and tying the franchise record set by Matt Carpenter on his final
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At the back of the fourth inning Saturday against Astros, Goldschmidt hosted the sixth consecutive match, his best career series, and a franchise record set by Matt Carpenter last year and Mark McGuire in 1
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Goldschmidt's leading team, who heads the 24th, came to a 87-kilometer slider from Gerrit Cole and traveled 421 feet to the field left in the center, Statcast. The solo shot put cardinals on board in their loss of 8-2.
Goldsmith was recently tears. On Saturday's game, he pulled a .730 with 25 RBIs in his last 18 games and his 10 home runs in July were the most for a month of career 11 in August 2017.
"The Standard, Goldsmith Homer, says Astros manager AJ Hinch, "It's amazing what kind of he is."
This is a necessary leap since the first milestone began slowly, posting career breaks and OPS, a wave that coincided with the success of the cardinals who climbed into a winning six-game series before Saturday's loss and sat at the top of the National League a.
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