St. Louis Cardinal win over the Milwaukee Brewers in last night roundup in MLB. In his second game with the Cardinals, Paul Goldschmidt hammered three home runs. Because of his homers, he drove in five, leading St. Louis to a 9-5 win.
Moreover, Goldschmidt also had a fourth hit, a single in the second. However after he just missed would could have been another Homer. This was when a soaring blast curled wide of the left-field foul pole. It ended up in the third deck at Miller Park.
Further more, Goldschmidt said after the game, “”There are times when you’re going to struggle.” He was trying his best to downplay his performance. He added, “Sometimes you have success. I can’t really explain it. I pretty much try to do the same thing every day. Sometimes it works out, sometimes it doesn’t.”
According to Elias, Goldschmidt is the first player in MLB history to hit three home runs. This for in either his first or second game with a team. His outburst came after a disappointing Cardinals debut on Thursday. Earlier, when he went 0-for-3 with three strikeouts and a walk.
“Wieters was joking that he’s the comeback player of the day,” Cardinals manager Mike Shildt said. “It was great. He’s a presence in the lineup, clearly. Just locked in, got good at-bats and made a really nice play in the field as well. A complete game for Goldy.”
Moreover, The Brewers intentionally walked Goldschmidt in the ninth. Though denying him a shot at a fourth homer. Needlessly to say, the healthy smattering of Cardinals fans who still dotted the seats at Miller Park didn’t approve of the decision. The decision by Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell.
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