Goldschmidt led the Majors with 15 hits last week and was tops in the NL with 22 total bases. His .556 batting average (15-for-27) was the second-highest among qualifying National Leaguers as was his .571 on-base percentage. The 27-year-old also ranked among League leaders with four doubles (T-2nd) and an .815 slugging percentage (5th) in six contests.
Goldschmidt collected two-or-more hits in five of six games last week, which included four three-hit outings. He posted three consecutive three-hit performances from April 27th-29th, which tied a D-backs club record (ninth time) and marked a career-first for the Texas native.
The nine hits during the course of the three-game series against the visiting Colorado Rockies tied for second-most by a Diamondback in a three-game set. Goldschmidt's five games with three-or-more hits this season ranks second in the league. This is the first career Player of the Week Award for the two-time All-Star.