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For now, St. Louis Cardinals front-runner Paul Goldschmidt has not beaten the best level of the series against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
And it was not much better for the right-handed slugger on Saturday night.
In the bottom of the third inning, Goldschmidt hit what would have been a two-point home win against starter Merrill Kelly.
But left-field player Jarrod Dyson had other ideas.
Dyson jumped to catch and steal the old Diamondback of a home run and his first shot of the series to keep the Cardinals in the lead at 2-1.
Goldschmidt finished the night with a score of 0-3, reaching the goal on a mistake by Jake Lamb at the bottom of the first goal of the Cardinals' 4-2 victory.
The former Diamondback has not yet had success in the series, while he rose to 0-4 with two withdrawals during the 4-2 win of the D-backs on Friday night.