Bickley: Diamondbacks' Paul Goldschmidt remains reliable in a changing baseball landscape
Baseball is changing fast. Somehow, Paul Goldschmidt stays the same.
He's unassuming and understated, reliable like the family dog. He isn't jaded or jealous, never dwelling on missing MVP trophies and money left on the table. He can be so boring that Archie Bradley called him a nerd, in the best possible context.
But Goldschmidt is more than the face of the Diamondbacks' franchise. He is their rock. And his dependability could shine brighter than ever in the coming months, anchoring a franchise evolving as fast as the sport.
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