Paul Goldschmidt after a home run Friday.

A notable move this MLB offseason saw long-time Arizona Diamondbacks’ first baseman Paul Goldschmidt traded to the St. Louis Cardinals. That move certainly paid off Friday night, as Goldschmidt belted three home runs in one night against the Milwaukee Brewers. Here they are:

Goldschmidt also was key to an inning-ending double play:

On the night, Goldschmidt was four for five (also adding a single), and the Cardinals won handily. But he didn’t get a chance at a fourth home run thanks to a strange move by the Brewers:

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