Goldschmidt was rated the second-best power hitter in the league, the third-best hitter and the second-best defensive first baseman.
It was not breaking news in the D-backs' clubhouse.
"Not surprising," D-backs reliever Brad Ziegler said. "We see it on an everyday basis, and so we appreciate it more than people who never see him play do."
Miami's Giancarlo Stanton was rated No. 1 for power and Washington's Adam LaRoche was the top-rated defender at first. Colorado shortstop Troy Tulowitzki and Pittsburgh center fielder Andrew McCutchen were ranked 1-2 as the top overall hitters.
McCutchen, last season's NL MVP ahead of Goldschmidt, was in the top three in four categories in the survey, which includes hitting, pitching, defense and speed sections. Tulowitzki and the Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig were mentioned three times.
Goldschmidt likely will miss the rest of the season because of a fractured fourth metacarpal in his left hand, but even a week after the injury he still led the majors with 39 doubles, one more than Milwaukee catcher Jonathan Lucroy. Goldschmidt is slashing .300/.396/.542 with 19 homers and 69 RBI.
Goldschimdt was injured when hit by a pitch from Pittsburgh right-hander Ernesto Frieri on Aug. 1, and D-backs right-hander Randall Delgado hit McCutchen in the back the following night. McCutchen has not played since because of a left rib injury, although Pittsburgh manager Clint Hurdle has said two are not related. The Pirates on Friday designated for assignment Frieri.