Goldschmidt is hitting .313 with 33 home runs and 109 RBI this season and is a strong candidate for the NL MVP award.
Goldschmidt has 996 career hits, just four hits shy of the 1,000 mark.
The Dbacks have also won 10 games in a row leading into their game Monday against the Dodgers, the second longest streak in team history.
Goldschmidt's talent is especially missed during a series against the Dodgers. He is hitting .325 in his career at Dodgers Stadium and has more home runs (28) and RBI (90) against the Dodgers since his league debut in 2011 than any other major league player.