So this is what it’s like when Paul Goldschmidt doesn’t have the offense on his back.

For the first time this season, Goldschmidt is in something of a slump. His at-bats haven’t looked especially bad and his funk hasn’t been too prolonged, but his dropoff has been noticeable for the Diamondbacks.

In the past 10 games, Goldschmidt is just 4 for 39 (.103). During that time, the Diamondbacks have gone just 3-7.

Most of the first two months of the season were essentially a nonstop Goldschmidt highlight reel, with one key hit after another helping the Diamondbacks race to the top of the National League West.

“You look at the huge impact hits that he had for us and we won a lot of those games,” manager Kirk Gibson said. “You can’t expect somebody to do that (the whole season).

“The thing about Goldy which is encouraging is he’s had a great approach. A lot of guys lose their approach. … He has had good at-bats. They’re making some decent pitches on him. And he’s not getting hits — there’s some of that, too. He’s not Superman.”

Goldschmidt’s only chance to drive in a run on Sunday came with runners on the corners in the sixth inning, but Padres left-hander Clayton Richard got him to bounce into an inning-ending double play.