After a mid-week sweep of the NL West rival Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants' five losses over their last six games, the Arizona Diamondbacks find themselves just 2.5 games out of first place in the NL West, which has seen its share of streaks and slumps throughout the 2012 season.
Streak? It's Arizona's turn now.
Last year, it was all about rookie sensation Paul Goldschmidt—from his 115 OPS+ (which is 134 this year) to eight key home runs and 26 RBI following his early August MLB debut. Goldy was clearly the minor league surprise D-Backs fans were looking for to help guide the club to the postseason.
This year, with a bevy of prospects waiting for a shot at the show, who will get the call come September? Who will have a chance to be this year's Paul Goldschmidt?