Paul Goldschmidt

Paul Goldschmidt Fantasy

Healthy
0.216 151st
2019
5.0 111th
2019
0.365 126th
2019
0.822 139th
2019
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Height / Weight
6' 3" / 225 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
9/10/1987 (32)
Experience
9
College
Texas State

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Last 10 Games

Paul Goldschmidt News

Paul Goldschmidt Dealing With a Sore Elbow Again

St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Paul Goldschmidt is dealing with elbow soreness again. He'll be looked at by team doctors, but manager Mike Shildt has already said, "it's going to be a couple of days." He'll be eased back in and at least for now there doesn't seem to be any concern about "Goldy" missing Opening Day. That could change quickly depending on how he recovers. Goldschmidt already missed some Grapefruit League time with the elbow soreness, but seemed to have recovered after some rest. The Cardinals will likely want to ease him in as a spring training DH before having him play the field. The hope is that there will be enough time for all of that before the Cardinals break camp.

3 months ago
Paul Goldschmidt Gets the Start at First Base on Wednesday

St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Paul Goldschmidt (elbow) got the start at first base for Wednesday's split-squad Grapefruit League game against the Miami Marlins. Goldschmidt had been limited to designated hitter duties because of his elbow, but he was able to throw to all bases and was cleared to play the field on Wednesday. "Goldy" ended up getting three plate appearances, drawing a walk, getting hit by a pitch (in his elbow pad), and grounding out. Goldschmidt had a down year last season in his first year as a Cardinal, but he could bounce back and be a fantasy darling again like he was for many years in Arizona.

4 months ago
Paul Goldschmidt Dealing With Elbow Soreness

St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Paul Goldschmidt is dealing with elbow soreness early in spring training. "Goldy" may miss the first few Grapefruit League games, but it is not expected to be much of a concern going forward. It seems like the Cardinals are just being careful in order to make sure their first baseman is ready to go when the games start to count. Goldschmidt may take at bats from the DH position until he feels well enough to play the field.

4 months ago