By JEFF MEZYDLO
STATS Senior Writer
Though there's plenty of work left for the Arizona Diamondbacks to catch the Cincinnati Reds for the final NL wild-card spot, Paul Goldschmidt gave them something to build on.
The visiting Diamondbacks and their All-Star first baseman look to further cut into the Reds' lead Wednesday night.
One night after losing 5-3 in the opener of this four-game set, Arizona (65-59) received a complete game from Patrick Corbin and an eighth-inning grand slam from Goldschmidt in Tuesday's 5-2 victory.
The Diamondbacks, who began a nine-game trip by taking two of three from Pittsburgh, are five back of Cincinnati (71-55) in the wild-card race.
"There's some good teams ahead of us. It's not like we're one game behind," Goldschmidt said.
With his 31st homer, Goldschmidt set a franchise record with his third grand slam of the season and became the first NL player to record 100 RBIs. He needs one more RBI to claim sole ownership of the club record for a first b...