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Updated Jul 8, 2013 - 2:12 pm

A breakdown of Paul Goldschmidt’s home runs in 2013

It was a banner Saturday for Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Paul Goldschmidt at Chase Field.

First, the 25-year-old was voted into his first All-Star Game. Then, he set a new career-high with his 21st home run of the 2013 season in the third inning of the D-backs’ 11-1 rout of the Colorado Rockies.

Of his 21 home runs in 2013, only six have been of the solo variety. Twelve have been hit away from home, four have come in the eighth inning or later, and two have cleared the bases with three runners on.

To honor the All-Star’s personal feat, here’s a breakdown of every long ball he’s hit this season.

April 3 Joe Kelly 377 Feet 2 5th Yes
April 6 Mike Fiers 411 Feet 2 5th No
April 17 C.C. Sabathia 354 Feet 1 1st Yes
April 23 Matt Cain 421 Feet 2 3rd No
April 25 Jorge De La Rosa 390 Feet 2 4th Yes
May 6 Paco Rodriguez 415 Feet 3 5th Yes
May 7 Brandon League 408 Feet 2 9th Yes
May 8 Clayton Kershaw 406 Feet 2 6th No
May 8 Kenley Jensen 379 Feet 1 8th Yes
May 13 Mike Minor 422 Feet 1 1st Yes
May 17 Kevin Slowey 403 Feet 2 1st Yes
May 17 Kevin Slowey 377 Feet 2 3rd No
June 1 Carlos Marmol 442 Feet 4 8th Yes
June 5 Maikel Cleto 422 Feet 4 7th No
June 7 Jeremy Affeldt 394 Feet 3 8th Yes
June 17 Jacob Turner 380 Feet 1 3rd Yes
June 18 Chad Qualls 445 Feet 1 9th Yes
June 21 Johnny Cueto 393 Feet 2 5th Yes
June 21 Curtis Partch 447 Feet 1 6th No
July 1 Shaun Marcum 437 Feet 2 1st Yes
July 6 Drew Pomeranz 397 Feet 2 3rd No

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