He joined our Chris Hrabe after the trade announcement, Wednesday and gave Goldschmidt just about the best compliment you can give a player (especially if you're about to be a St. Louis Cardinals first baseman).
A six-time All-Star and three-time Gold Glove victor at 31, Goldschmidt was among the top players available in the trade market.
Enter Goldschmidt. Entering his final season before free agency, he'll be playing his age-31 season in 2019, but remains an excellent all-around player.
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"I would like to personally thank Paul Goldschmidt for everything he did as a D-back", said D-backs Executive Vice President & General Manager Mike Hazen. The quiet slugger was selected by Arizona in the eighth round of the 2009 draft and made his major league debut in 2011. This past season, he hit.290/.389/.533 with 33 home runs and 83 RBI in 690 plate appearances while playing above-average defense. If there was no trade, the Diamondbacks faced the prospect of Goldschmidt leaving as a free agent after next season.
The Cardinals first must acquire Goldschmidt, then convince him over time to stick with the team before we can gauge the merits of their risky pursuit. He was 7-11 with a 4.95 ERA in 30 games (25 starts) in 2018. Yesterday, left-handed starting pitcher Patrick Corbin signed with the Washington Nationals for six years and $140 million.
It's rebuild mode for Arizona.